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 Material Information
Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1906
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075905:00136
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.. fffffcal to Kennedy's .;:i'i.- k Tampa, Oct. 6 Advices received

hr tm,,,:|other cough D. C.. Oct. 5.--Secre- In the' city yesterday indicate the loss z

.tIt&tJ_ thou containHowyand! d !t i public,today the cor- 1 I : of the schooner Pelican, 25 tons, engaged '

1s LaxaflVs ..d1ng. up to the inter- r for some time on a run between
"4Wt* M Opiates.! 'i. ,The correspond- Ise Tampa and Clearwater.

\ TIYETRACE "between* Consul Gen- According to the reports received

at'Havana, and act- here from Clearwater, the Pelican

d hntW. remedy for .:'i' e.ni&! of the state de- which sailed from Tampa Monday,

.Whooping Ccugh, Important' feature de- X11'i with a large cargo of groceries from -

knt aM aU!1 Lung 90't ."..".'<:.dispatches' was that the Consolidated Grocery Co., sank, '
.. .Kwtett pray the ;asked by the Cuban off Pass-a-Grille Tuesday.

La>tetlve HoneySYRUP ':ji* >r early as September IK' Capt. L. F. Ward, of Clearwater,
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: i'long as September 14, wgs in charge of the boat, and had r

.' determined to with him one white man. Both are Y
TX dent of the republic, :
missing and it is feared they were
p4.president and cabinet drowned.. .c. \
._, .* fc C. O.W1TT A &iSo'determined to no
CO.. CHICAGO.i if ;- A search is being made for the
f m liMM 10 TO lOUt Bis IS office.. It is also
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by City Pharmacy} :. mention... by'the Unit- been so far without result. N. N

,".long been planned by .:C... Friend of Clearwater, yesterday

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';; r, RAILROADS MAY CONSOLIDATE.
;Appeal 1 Part. .

LLINERYJasi j deuce follows: ic; The Tampa Northern and Gainesvilleand
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:September, 3, 1906. ; : Gulf in a DeaL '
State, (absolutely confl- 1t'D C4I8
.. Jacksonville, Oct. 5.-An effort,is
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SggMMllNs 'tetaf1 of State of Cu- made deal
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me in the name of t -.- ') whereby the Tampa Northern and
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Stylish and Tasty '"1' to. ask President the Gainesville & Gulf Railroad will '
send
Immediately two'to. be under one management. The
rriF >: Havana, other to A British view! of Mgr presidential possibilities.! Tampa Northern is building from
"they must! come.at once, u and James' Gazette London .
-Evening Standard St ( ) Brooksville to Tampa, and the
ON-TON Yt )forces, are unable tome I Gainesville & Gulf Railroad already
government iseet 1
'. complete between Samson. City on
Jife and property. the Georgia Southern &*Florida to
4 two- bef show fma mil, TALLAHASSEE TOPICS TERSELY TOLD
retry to up convene coat Irvin, near Ocala a distance of'4 6

cvalling Fashions this Sea- \ fJwdble Ida); and, congress will miles, will pass through practically,
Intervention. It
,*" the same territory .and parellel each
#tcf ore the Ladies are invit- '.secret, and confidential I other unless a deal is made and the

&H-Too early to list t i.asked for vessela.No one : An Interesting Letter From the State Capital-Work of the Railroad two' roads are to be consolidated.A .
goods :
a: _president. secretary of1iseif meeting of a number of the directors -

'k for future notices : : know about It. Commission-and Other Matters of ImportanceMiss of the two roads was held

'awaiting reply. Sendlima s here a few days ago and the Gaines-

tl'STEINHAROT, Con- ville & Gulf offered the Tampa
mgd for the Children!
( Jefferson Bell.) ten o'clock, but when that hour arrived -'not be altered without the approval Northern all that, it had expendedand

;< ":!'!;.J'.' Tallahassee, Oct. 4.-October with both parties requested a post of the Commission, we have ac- a bonus of $100,000 to sell.

--:;- ,"at of. State, Washington its mellowed sunshine reignsin ponement of the hearing which was', complished all we desired in the This proposition was refused the directors -

19.' : Steinhardt.. Havana, Tallahassee, variably as April granted and the diplomatic negotiations ;' matter." of the Tampa Northern stat-

Deceived.. Two ships has been its first days' at the Capi- continued with the above stated : Hon. John M. Caldwell, the vet- ing that they considereed their prop-

C. W. Bach ".at. ...due .to arrive Wed- tal. The "mild September" of' the results.In eran newspaper man of Jasper, was osition worth much more than the

,preSident, directs me mocking bird went out furiously, the party were Mr. S. F. Par- ,'one of the notables seen at the capital price and the inducement offered.It .

,: ["perhaps you do notdate leaving the wide swath of desolation.We rott vice president of the G. S. andF. I last week. "I have been in the' is the intention of the owners of

:r: $"" 7. the reluctance were just in the outskirts of the Railway, Mr. C. R. Capps, general newspaper business fortyeightyears. the Tampa Northern to push their
.t |:QJ"U country would inter- storm and were inconvenienced on freight agent of the Seaboard, J. ." said Mr. Caldwell "and have road on to Crystal River at once and t

at.Palma should be ly by the deranged schedules of the M. Cutler, general frienght agent of been trying for forty-six get out from ther north to connect with
't.Jn the public opinion return- the G. S. and F., W. L. Pierce of of it. I suppose I'll die in the harn- some of the roads In Southwest Geor-
,::1 trains. Slowly our people are
.4: f K. : 'A w M have a most'damag'Intervention ing and life beginning to taoke on the St Johns Terminal Company; I ess." he concluded. gia. It is believed that an outlet to ,_ ..
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f to be un- its normal aspect Hon. A.. C.. James Menzies, general freight agentof I Speaking of Jasper, reminds me of the west for Tampa will be of great _

"Nl-the Cuban govern- Croom and Mrs. Croom, returned the A. C. L., E. S. Ryan, super- i two political rumors that came from value to any railroad and will re-

._-ted l every effort In aJtjto Monday from Asheville, Judge Jas. intendent, and E. D. Kyle assistant I Hamilton county to the capital last sult in bringing a great deal of busi-

NNEE BAKERY 41 put down the in- B. Whitfield, Mrs. Whitfield and chil- superintendent of the Seaboard Air I week, of which, however :Mr. Cald- ness to that port.
/ h made this fact Line W. R. ..till well, millionaire In the meantime the
dren, will come from Alexandernext ; : well is not the author. One was Gainesville &
?,?orld.- ; .At present the week. Ex-Governor, Bloxham, lumberman, of Savannah, J. J. Paul, : to the effect that Hon. B. H. Palmer, Gulf Railroad passes through one of
r 'c.: July would be that Watertown, W. E. Gullett, ;G. D. I the most fertile sections of the State, -
'RIi.,.Cake Pies. Etc. Mrs. John Joe Williams and her | distinguished Lake City jurist mightbe
.,.''i:teal. popular support6om'nment daughter, Mrs. Thomas Glover Gay, J. R. Page, George H. May, among those who "also ran" for and has been doing a big business in

t or else thathopelessly Rawls, are at the Battery Park, and Frank E. Waymer, Fred W. Buckey governor in the next campaign. The .the hauling of fruits and 'vegetables.

tfetkl to order. Cream Bread a; f ; Tag will return next_week. Among oth- Joe Kine and many others of moreor other was that Senator Frank Adamsi I While the road has never been a paying -

well-known Tallahasseeans who less note. I > shaping his personal affairs so investment, it is believed that by
t the old Racket Store, in front of. .&are at this moment er rave puite recently returned from Judge Raney, John E. Hartridge. that he can enter the race for the extending It a few miles farther

'. Clegg and Knowles Props. iJepared Tention to say what their summer trips, are Mr. and Mrs. Col. Kay and J. C. L'Engle, as at- United States Senate two years south it will be made to pay,
should take. torneyh for the railroads, and J. M. The Tampa Northern has
Julius Hlrchberg, Mrs. H. Clay Crawford hence. I do not know Judge Palmer every
t < .' [a."very' serious thing Mrs. Rufus E. Rose, Mr. and I Barrs, attorney for the lumbermenwere personally nor do I know what foun- probability of success. There is a

_ .J trctble' l intervention3into Mrs. George Greenhow and Mrs. W. notable figures in the crowd. dation there is for the rumors. I large area of the finest timbered !"
', ,it we should i The compromise rate accepted by lands along the right of and a '
L. Moor, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton certainly would be glad to see Mr. way
palely USe certain. of the B. Gwynn and chilldren. the lumbermen were as follows: i Adams elevated to the United States number of turpentine farms, phos-

: and of the moodsu The hearing of the wharfage rate Cross ties, wharfage including not Senate if he desires It. He is one phate plants and sawmills. When

'tvx.rtiv vw "' :' Meanwhile we aseffort matter before the Railroad Commls over sixty days storage, handling at of the ablest men in public life in the road has been completed to Tampa 1

_ Is being made slon Tuesday, brought to Tallahassee I owners expense per tie; one cent Florida, it Is believed that is will be one
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.fit.. to come to a of the best pieces of railroad prop-
h Storage, each additional thirty
Fountain Pens which: an aggregation and conglomerationof will tell you a story of Judge
will secure erty in Florida.It .
brain brawn and power in the days or fraction thereof, followingthe Westcott, that Mr. Davis did not tell
Razors and Blades ;h :aUrreetos r---ta'"hold. provided lumbermen, railroad men and their first sixty days one-half cent per in his sketch of him several. weeks is said on good authority that
p : their own attorneys. tie. ago." The speaker was Col. Nat'R.' the Tampa Northern does not desireto
,.Held. Until such deal 'with the owners of the
ilaks Brownie 'Cameruyler's made They descended upon us in a private Lumber-wharfage, Including stor- Walker of Wakulla county. "It is
> we are not Gainesville & Gulf, believing that it
age for not exceeding sixty days "
car over the S. A. L. Monday a true story too, he added.
( Candies f fJUclilie 'er the question of night and had breakfast at the Leon handling at owners' expense, per "Judge Westcott was a member of has the better proposition.
of the directors ,
BACON Another meeting
o'clock thousand feet, board measure, 25
Tuesday morning. At nine the Supreme Court and a very fine
ug' Secretary" of the two roads will be held, when
they were in undisputed possessionof cents storage, each additional thirty man, but he would get on sprees,
lie and Records I.b1Puma. the matter is to be again considered.Died .
4; days, thousand feet 25 cents.
the corridors of the Statehouse per on one occasion he was at St. The-
ber IS. Asslst- I.
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while the big guns of the party went' "Where does the Railroad Com- resa on a prolonged spree, a carriagewas
k. Washington: lasted until twelve mission from Tallahassee to bring in Branford on Tuesday,
into a caucus that come in? I heard one of sent ;
ee Drug Compaiffiw <* republic of Cucially o'clock and resulted in an amicable th: Commissioners ask of the other him back. The driver found him Mrs. J. R. Langstrom, after an illness '

; asks for adjustment of the troublesome mat- two. "This rate has been acceptedand with two weeks growth of beard his of but a few days. She leaves a hus-

because heCenteringcities ter without the aslsitance of the filed with us and is in force clothing soiled and ins hair unkemt band and several small children besides -

t Railroad Commission.. The hour set and when we adopt the rule we have a number ,of relatives and
w ;
ir i 1 ee four.), by the Commission for a hearing was prepared.that the existing rate can (Continued on Poge Seven.) friends to mourn her death.
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q rh l ordinance to provide for the -In 1831'a bill was introduced, the "My mother. has suddenly been .1t; r :"J -- "' .
t 'i' levy (taxes,for, the 7earA.: D.lIOf, Massachusetts senate which provided made ypnag at' 70. Tyenty years..of lt. -'-

t f for .MunidpaK purposes for the City for a bounty of $3'for: the. killing ,of intense'>uflerlngfroni'dyspepsia;; hadentirelydisabled (DONTfiAGjdR: ] 4ANDI
"a or wildcat, says the Boston months
lynx
her, until six ..
1 i of Lire Oak,''F1orld ,,and.to proVide Herald. When the bill was'under dis ,. '" ,' _.0 -
a sinking fund and for the annual ago 'when,she began taking ..ElectricJitters St ..
i cussion Senator Bice of Essex who Plans and Specifications Fun iS&tr o : f
n ( which have completely cured
interests on the 10000.00 bonded had a habit of asking the committee
Indebtedness of said City explain of bills they bad her. and restored'the strength and
to some parts '
Be it ordained by the Mayor and I(reported said he. would likely( the activity she had'in the prime of life" Will i! assume full charge 'of buildingJowner

1 this,City Council of the City of Lire eommttee: who reported the b'.l: [whether writes Mrs..'W.: L. Gllpatrick- complete in every respect beforejLf"" -5.
F. Oak Florida: the term "lynx or wildcat"! referred Danforth, Me. Greatest restorative I : .- lADIES'

I ,Section 1., ,For the purpose of securing to two different species of animals or. medicine on the globe. Sets Stomach. is paid me. =
whether It was the game kmd( of animal ; .
an equal and uniform rate of Liver and Kidneys right, purifies the eR
called by different names. .Senator
taxation and to pay the current expenses Rockwell of PittsfTeld, who never blood, and cures Malaria. Biliousness OFFICE AT FLORIDA NOVELTYITC _

( of,,the City of.Live Oak, Florida -llet an opportunity to say,a good thing and Weakness.' Wonderful New i \ .

t p. r for the ensuing tax year, there I,I pass arose and sad.! n.the absence Tonic: Price: 50c. Guaranteed by PHONE 188. LIVE {j'- R thi">, tMt #
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b shall be levied and collected upon of the chairman of'the committee who Barclay &; Groover Drug Store. -
1 and out of the real and personal reported this bill11 would.say for the leotl &t ;t' ;

I property within the incorporate limits Information of the ''honorable senator ..... -.
of the City of Live Oak, Florida, from Essex who, baying i always Hvec BARDWIN & fO\VARDS'\ On October Firsti";; rpr *
In the easter pare of the state, Is not
f a for .the year A. D. 1906 the tax of 7 .f
mills on the dollar. probably aware thajE., for years there BAISDEN BUILDING. We will handle Apples direct from] 'f
T has been .a chalri bf'wildcats, [ roaming Phone 196. ,
Sec. 2. For providing a sinking i ever the Berkshire\ hills that the object .-- Bananas direct' from the importers, anfgrade t -
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k fund and paying the annual interest I Of this bill is to take some of the s4oooThe of what want
'" goods are you we have!
1 on the 10000.00 bonded indebtedness lInks out'of that pbaln.?
1- of the City of Live Oak, Florida JS%: --- A.'J. Roberson'Boarding r--

It .i: dated February 28th, 1906 there :B Bk (*te Paper. House on Ohio Avenue. Twel.' We just received four cars of No..l '
f The nine kinds of notes printed by ve rooms, hot and cold bath i. -
i shall be levied and collected upon '
t : and out of the real and personal the',Bank"ofEngland' ..are all on thin, situated in the heart of the Hay and have on road 300 barrels of the F-; Tailor Made Read Ito

! property within the corporate limits white, crisp paper! :The intf( used Is town. A magnlflcient invest Flake Flour made in Nebraska, the home of M j ladies' '
black,, :a .hard. dry preparation, said \Vear Skirts
ment for some one. Is -
? cf the City of Live Oak Florida for pay
tomade from-- r
naphtha smoke. Acfilarity
the year A. D.: 1906, a tax of 1-3 of ing 12 per cent gross. The, to tfiU 'U.fcoul4 ..\ ,..
pe ( of the.English notes is that Competition Candy in 30-lb pails *I| Y Did you ever stop
above includes what ills
1 l one mill on the dollar. the engraving. is simple and old fashponed price buy beautiful tallor-maA.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go } 'f In contrast to the notes of other furniture the owner has in the Panatellas, Anita Ferdandez and Resagoj# ready-to-wear Wf eta ..m.. ,
{ countrteX which building. : :: : : : : : : : : tat home $... '
1 : into effect immediately upon its passage are most elaborately Honest Money Tobacco :: lb: this season some of the if4I
' by the Council and approved by engraved by. complicated machinery Nice Six-room: Cottage, closein g in Ladies' SkillS ever beenM
the Mayor. the designs bdag difficult of Imitation with bath, that we will offer Virginia Hand picked PeanutsS reJ.tions market. They are aU ttrw aM

Introduced by J. L. White member by hand and the lathes and ruling to some one at a bargain. Taffy Tolu the original Chewing Gum T 1 fto this from the newest fa'rlH es Imbad.
engines! being so costly as to discourage tailored
; s' of the City Council and passed by the counterfeiters. The English paper is Easy terms. Call.at our office : Made full, plaited and otUnt
5 City Council this 17th day of September and learn more about this cot. shade and ... -
? made by a private eoateenas Is that t in all the leading gy
A. D., 1906. tage. : : : : :, : : : : : carefully ousted l **.
in use In,the United States, the pulp of '" tThe have been
s Attest: the latter being a mixture of linen, cotton Farm, one mile from the city, Live Oak Brokerage -& Com patterns: are very pretty
i+ CHAS. H. BROWN and silk the silk threads coming containing 320 acres, eighty the

i Presto! City Council. .Into prominence after the printing. The acres stumped and in high state (See Our Drew Good.)

S. P. MAYS. City Clerk.I J French bank note paper Is of similar of cultivation; sixty acres Wholesale Grocers Grain and 'fi' t! .o-
texture: hair being used with the pulp :
S. P. Mays City Clerk of the -of good timber; one eight. ,, '
instead of silk threads. Over 50,000 J
: City of Live Oak Florida do hereby notes are issued by the Bank of Eng room dwelling barns and all Warehouse at old A. C, L. Freight depot. i '
j' a certify'that the above and necessary outbuildings tenant
foregoing land daily of an average value of !20. I
ordinance was duly and regularly houses; one pair of good -

passed by the City Council of the City Oar FoolUb Alphabet. mules, one two-horse wagon; t Stylish Tailored 1...
1 of Live Oak Florida on the 17th Why. think of It! We've not even a cane-mill and boiler; enough ARAGON HO ["ladies'

day of September, A. D. 1906, and reputable alphabet The.letters are all corn and hay to feed the mulesone SuitsA
tan:led up. J Is J when It Isn't Y. and "
the same is hereby certified to the year. A bargain for quick
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more than half the time Y is doing display of Ladle 8W4P1e'
Mayor for his approval. duty for I. S Is sometimes Z, G Is J. 'purchaser. Terms: one-half :AMERICAN PLANjJAOKSQNVILLE ; great ism
Me
t' Witness my hand and the seal of and poor: C is always either S or K. cash, balance one and two } ? Suits for Autumn. Smart, isew *f

d 01'said City this 17th day of September We've got four distinct ways to express years. Interest 8 per cent. FL will delight women who like t. t.* icelust -"

A. D. 1906. the X sound-jm. pn. kn and n: WE SELL VACANT LOTS: a little differently-wo #8 *** a-
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(Seal), tour ways to write the terminal sylla Railroad Addition; Fruitland N e'
j41 of stfl'*
ble "er"-er, and ir : predate exclusiveness
S. P. MAYS ar. or ; five ways to Addition; Barton Addition and. :
City Clerk.
h1. Rates $2.50 d.Upward. Rooms and J a4 *-
; sound the letters -ou;h"-uff. awf ow a tion to getting beauty of style INWftion
Stephens Addition : : : : : .
I Examined and approved by me this 00 and o. And there are no rules. $3.00 and; in workmanship you get wrti !.**.* '
i September 17th 1J06. Each of the myriad cases must be sep UP'I' i
Real Estate and Investments material and tfc* "*-
best
M. E. BROOME Mayor. arately hammered into a student's : from the
head.: And this is work fpr babes-I r Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed in the Sill I? fabrics to be had. These sidle* **. ...*. *'
Mary Bronson Hartt in Woman's Home
:' Companion. GET THE BEST .- ,:- itely trimmed with .braids *4gkirta .***

: H. ,N, O'NEAL, PROPRIET :- are plaited models, fttH BM4 Ie '>

__ prettiest effects. Don't fail to ... '*-*
i t 'ter xi Blood Poisoning T
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i +O+0+O+O+O+O+0+O+O+O+0+O+O pretty garments, ranging la .

which results'is from quickly chronic cured by constipation Dr. King's, JUST A AAbout A'W S
I $12 to $25See
I Ii New Life Pills. They remove ail t t ta I. Wood i ii

which is quickly cured by Dr. King'sInfuse
1. ( Our Dress tiooda.
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nj new life and vigor; cure sour

j stomach, nausia, headache, dizziness A 2 horse wagon load of -
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and colic, without griping or dls- 18 inch wood for $1.50. your grad

s ; comfprt. 25c. Guaranteed by. Barclay J fresh uin;>l
f should be
1 1 1' &:: Grover Druggists.PROFESSIONAL I i L i Famished on Short Notice. i ii

No groceries, notevs.
CARDS. i Leave orders at M.L.Burnett&Co.i ;:..
THE PLVK OF PERFECTION
H. WIMBERLY. I goods, are the bettedlJi':! 1 1I Something new in Heavy
In soda water Is found L E.ROBEESON. A. B.SMALL. Recently EnlargedWITH Y a Bath Robot
without effort In 0+040+0+0404 0+0+O+0+O4O+0* Welookafterthabusiness _1
every pOBERSON & SMALL,, 25J300 New WordsNew ,: t We bought for this eeawa vfH a K
glass drawn from our 1m; Gazetteer of the Worldwith carefully,:: btlj

maculately clean fountain. more than 23,000 titles,based on the The Great HeadacHe Cure, heavy Outings for Bath RMH. Tk*
ATTORNEYS -: AT -:- LAW. latest census returns. that our stock w : r .
What's your prime Biographical Tery desirable and a good &M* lid
Dictionary

favorite in flavors? Have Will do general Federal practice Courts., in State and containing persons,cUto: the! Of names birth,cf death over etc.10,000 noted Bromo- Pep sin fresh. : ;I very meagre sum. Som-etMIC'. -Irl

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2380 Quarto Pages not go away until you bse 54C a t."
f carbonated, why LIVE OAK. : : FLORIDA. far FUtet 1X9:) Uluitntkmu TTlrh! Blndlnra i Headache Indigestlen, all we "
: shouldn't our sodas suit Needed in Every Home G U R E S lesomh Henonsaess space what Our stock of staple outtofi hr fatl .

everybody. L. M. DIXON Also Webjur'3 Collegiate Dictionary On the in and see us, or tee 'f good as you will find in HI'". t
tat P a je has I Qutntiou. Spot. 'J know what
that
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Will practice in all the court*of the State. Special .
attention given to Conveyances,'Clltction Always a nice in stock.Don't iS ..
of Rents Eta All buiunesa promptly attended $
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New Fancy Waists in to. %
Noun Puiuc: STATE AT LAKE. AS -t,
silk lace net and
nuns- V"- Have Your Cart ( j n

veiling. C.S.BROWN. F.E.THOMASOK / ii. MANYGoo& c'. .
Work Butchered '
Ready-to-wear Hats, BROWN & THOMASON, { 1 Re.sons "

for ladies and childrenfor At the Hill! . asYou C

early Fall wear. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS E jecte

.Kid Gloves elbow LIVE OAK. FLORIDA. when why you the ba.byfrstcame should watch -
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am Carl Man
length. I r Little the "little things grow ailments.to big" -" .

things in thel abyf.liie. AU bah j ,
New Muslin Under- DR. J. W. WEST, I Build them under a Guarantee. little and big, can be averted by keeping it in .:1.-

wear in beautiful de Physician and Surgeon. Have Built Hundreds ,am d It keeps the stomach D3. McGEE'S and bowel BABY right.ELIXIB.: Tak.fs-. i '
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am Building more away from teething time. Make LEAS babies
signs. every day, I
Office: Carroll Building, Ohio Avenue. For Best Prices 'ba.ble.elL Pleasant to take. Good for delIcate __ 'WORTH
y Residency at Ethel Hotel Write, tick stomachi. 25 cent and 60 cents bottla at II1 .. '
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thing that will be mentioned beJ w. We ,have been scrupulously careful in the col. J

ttober lection of our Fall stock! and our customers may rest assured that our new goods m JJj i

represent standard quality and grades that we have always given you h i I.! _

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ef.road 300 barrels i
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in Nebraska, the -i Ready- Ladies' Silk PetticoatsThese "Merode" Ladies' Knit Mexican Drawn Embroidered -
: Underwear "Merode"
Ladles' Silk Petticoats are LinenFor J

ition Candy in 30-lb that you / Ladies' fleece lined and ribbed underwear a number of months, there has "
has Anita Ferdandez Skirts made of extra heavy taffeta silk, in-
< are show- "Merode." Trimmed In the best been a steady advance In- the Linen ,
i Money Tobacco prettiest Black Brown, Blue, Gray, Old Rose, markets and conditions, "
present favor
manner and known to be the very best a '
a Hand picked Peanuts brought Violet and several other colors. ,Theyare continuance of the advance. However
| new and grade of underwear If "-
'olu > obtainable
the you
original we bought early and can give you some
otherwise to be made full with deep flounce, shirred -were to look. the world over,;you*- 'could very choice bargains and values in table I!
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l material. English rume, nicely tailored and exceedingly not find better values. AH.sizes> and linen, table napkins., embroidered table
Brokerage & COI and covers embroidered pillow covers. "
| good values grades-let us show you bureau scarfs,,etc. ,

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[AMERICAN PL I Ready-to-wear'' ,, The prettiest selection.we have ever had .
in this class of merchandise.
styles that Ladles' Coats
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[ to be dressed "
for evening, afternoon or any time as forthat .
who J
ap- a matter. They are here In all the staple
nd,Upward. Rooms t In addii I i ,1 j and fancy shades. See them and you will .
?3.00 and :Up JOur"f i and perfec- buy one. J

... suits tailored (See Our Dress Goods.)
I the newest n t f
4 Service
Unsurpassed .
: are elabor- ; i Ladies Cravenetted RainCoats V
: and velvet f
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to see these I ,,1 We have the greatest assortment of Rain J.
I Coats ever brought to the city. Large assortment
price from \', 4 "
JUST \ d' of sizes and colors and a garment '
O! '' f
= odil! s r / \+ t \ that every lady needs. Come and see them I .
F you before can.they are picked over-get one while .

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1 for X1,50.About y .
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o+o.tl ao. We look 1 GentlemenWhat and Girls 1\/& .

\lu6 Cure business : I quite a pretty selection of does "ONYX" Brand Hosiery for Ladles and "Cadet' linen is spliced into the yarn used for knitting / _
These patterns knees, heels and toes of "Cadet" Scientific Stockings -
that our are Gentlemen mean? It means the best possible given "
!, in which respect "Cadet" hosfery is unique. Perspiration ,s
Robe can be had at a
Pepsin for the money. It means the best hosiery to be had. .
is of holes
fresh ; a frequent cause in the toes and
everyone should have. l\
+"Pcpsfn" : The dyes used in "ONYX" Hosiery is absolutely stain- heels of children's stockings. "Cadet" heels and toes lI I/
We these goods and you will T\il! not rot because its linen is proof against the cause. Il .
less. Our stock of hosiery Is complete-everything in l\
= what a purchase. Tire knee of a "Cadet" Stocking is also spliced with i/
space
-x Ii.'UIOWess for fall and winter 'is staples and many fancy patterns. -all sizes in both ill; linen; it i is thus fortified against the rough, grind- .
in and ; as ii-I near which healthy boys and girls subject their "
Spot see Ladies' and Gents'. in from 25c to $1 t
store. Ranging prices
"Amoskeags"-
you stockings to "Cadet" linen is a foe to the darning 'I t
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Ilt611' gir less. your needs. per pair. needle. Every pair guaranteed. Per pair 23c. h

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;6.3 Ree..sor s Ladies' Gowns, Corset Covers, Chemises, Skirts-short and long, and in fact I J)

vi&uExpectecLlit everything connected with this line-made of muslin and nainsook. The young J

wli.. babyfirtt came' Ladies in this store will be glad to show you our offerings in this department.
*hl'J.Otl should! watch 1.
Little the UUlo &llmenta.It .
thlun crow to bIg
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Wa ts IA the babT'We., .
be \"Otted b7 keeping it In
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L YEOA DAILY DE1OC : .
; : ; : ,1 lenouglt'[ for* Pensacola and she has ; ,-' t 4 1melt
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:. I wisely.shut out the riot of racial passions DOWLING; ( : ,:, ', Yawl\
: PUBLISHED) EVERY AFEBNOONi No class of men in this eountry.deserve by cancelling the, date ol the tldtd( eeL '
better of the government '
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EXCEPT SUNDAY. ,
i ... d'1D- "The Clansman" at .the opera ,house ... lt' O : was a. thours. .. t -
the
to
a 1.,F..SUER1YOOD, Editor and Mgr. are value poorer of th"p 'services: proportion than the railway -,II In that:city. As. the play has afree ... DOWi upon! THE _fE, ;:, ',., ..' JWM4
run at. the North and draws good O.7we1l1
jiL I141eF
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mail clerks....... They have the post 1, Mineral 'Springs..Hotel ark tr,1 tt ,
THE LIVE OAK PUBLISHING COMPAHY. > the ,houses there Tom Dixon. .is reallz- ; r' .
of and"are constantly on
'danger
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I that ,a prophet is not without 0.-- ttaz was Oot', IN i-;<
ling ,- < : i
firing Utte ftwTthMr car with its closed i( HOT Ajfe COLD BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE.
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I Entered at the post-office, Live front nexi'to.the engine puts honor save in his own.country. Here WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BOWLING ALLEYS. BtLLlAROT* $5 : tit a. $ f f'i
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is of brilliant ablllty'and rare CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES -
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Mail a man ;
I i Oak Florida as Second Class SHADS I
them in more; peril and makes them .!. -.-' .
i Matter November 7, 1905. : : dramatic power of expression who ed at your i )lr. f !; '
in the
others
more helpless than any I RATES REASONABLE so''e:= fllI-JeU .
t-r* has ,used his talents to poor purpose. G 1141" .... -
train in case of accident. ,Hence it .za.ndert. r
b {He is capable of strong work it heI -. QeO. aya'
be LOT
:HE DAILY DEMOCRAT will
: is that railroad disasters we so -
in PflRK HOTEL. DOWblN NIRK\ -
z mailed to any part of the United often see the name of the postal I I will select the right theme but the ADDRESS .f[( of 1"ewu'k." N. I.,

States postage prepaid for $5.00 Southern public will not stand for itsmseu morning- Tnt ...
1; clerk in the list of killed or wounded. ..vow; ; i'Y. thIS
him if he prostitutes his genius to Sl.tS2S2f dtJ t..tt.
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months
per year; $2.50 for six : His duties' are arduous and trying I ) --
j $1.25 f or three months or the evil business of increasing the u was a flsl- 0004 ,..
F even if the ever-present danger could Downing,
> of
.race.tension in the South and encouragln'g Waterman Fountain Pens' :Bell. night.
50 cents for five weeks in advance. be eliminated and for that reason he .. .I..fld" In the city 1a.a
Delivered to of the city I race disturbances. "The 1 &'. W a '
any part should be well paid for his work .
Clansman" is a firebrand and it Gillette Razors and Blai ffeE w atEutrt 1M "*
-; by carrier: for 10 cents per week. much better paid than he is now I -- lfikei. of Madison, tilt'
should be extinguished-and "Un- P littleawford fc4i >>
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for a was
and when he is
crippled in the service his morning'
S. R. McCord has retired from the he should be promptly put on cle Tom's Cabin" along with it. Kodaks, Brownie Cal >

: Alachua Post and has in view a good the pension roll. We make heroesof -' r
offer to establish a paper elsewhere.. soldiers wounded in battle and He Was Lazy. Huyler's Candies :I :. left this morning >....,... '

B. M. Heckard remains as sole proprietor pension thousands of the unwoundedwho "The laziest man I ever saw" saida SPend Sunday with hit I. "., fI# x-

rT .of the Post and he is abundantly have no moral claims whatever traveling man. as the Philadelphia : Victor Talking 1 Machine and iec.| ,o1irten.-! to *;* at II .-:' .

qualified to keep it up to the excellent upon the bounty of the Government Record tells it, "was a station agentin Ilk tH. _

standard it has maintained a little one horse village in Idaho. and black, _
s. but the railway mail clerk who falls $tores, white
from the start. at the post of duty is as truly a heroas After I had finished what little business i: Suwannee Drug Co'SUWANNEE Loi I1''ust arrived at the Ladies'I it Ill _

F he in blue or khaki who gest his I could do in town I went downto ..,It'"$ w-

We learn from the St. Louis Globe- dose on the battlefield but there is the railroad station to buy a tick- < '- -j t etk .i

Ii Democrat that a social quarantine no pension for him. This is all et for my next trip. The lazy station ) 4 oITineaount. WM I 1 1i besot to',,-

}. exists against Atlanta because of wrong and the press of the country master sat on a broken office chair ..Blaatoa.today looking after butIj -

5 tle recent riots in that city. Atlanta !should take up his cease and insist his feet on the desk. i! city ft **.
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should retaliate by establishing a |: that he be better paid' for his most When I asked for the ticket, he r: tt* .... '

11 K quarantine against the paper that useful work to which 'he devotes slowly reached up in the rack drewit ;g on. a prominent (4 eM .

S i 1 will deliberately give circulation: to himself so faithfully add that the out, handed it to me, and took my Jk,E.of f Wellborn, was la the ....., ...Ic...

such a brazen and malicious mis- benefit of the pension law be extended money without bestowing a glance afternoon.

Btatemept. to him when he is incapacitatedin upon me or moving from his chair. BAKE4 yesterday I X.L.h.r

h the Government service In this 'That's the laziest thing I ever saw,' I r4f Fletcher of Lining, WM *. sts...
r, President Roosevelt made one of I said to him. 'If do s .
L connection we strongly endorse the you can any- tit city yesterday shaking hands aest ...

his well know public purity and civic following on the subject from the thing lazier than that I'll give youa Bread Cake Pies f fc. i'bis many friends.' ..... ... e--
righteousness speeches at the dedication Pensacola Journal: dollar. "Without the slightest K

j of the new Pennsylvania State "Tom, Watson's Magazine this curiosity. or even Interest the loafer I r In private ram.ij S.B J.=

capital building at Harrisburg last month contains an excellent articleon drawled "put it in my pocket "andI Cakes made special to order Cream [4.\'TED-Board man close-In. Address th e...- '

Wednesday. As the structure cost our postal mall service. We refer did." young .
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Democrat. of ..s
::18.; .. Care of
the taxpayers $13,000,000 there Isjroom to the matter at this time simplyto Specialty At the old Racket Store, iafi: I ..., .... ....'
T to suspect that some of draw attention toHhe utterly inadequate New lot of skirts and ,suits just successful
young
2 the Court House. and Knowles JJ; :. Sheppard a
Clegg
c the officers through whose hands remuneration accorded the arrived Ladies' Emporium., was In the city
of Jasper .
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that money passed stood In need of railway mail clerks by the govern: ,-- yesterday. ..
hours
+ a few elementary lessons on the sin ment. In addition to this the mall Meals 25c at the, City Restaurantthe : .few .. a bete.."".,
of grafting. only white restaurant in the 1 + brairelWei'. -
cars are Invariably'given the most ''lit. i E. Theran. ol the Park,, ,
.. lit ..i
c1 ty. ... ,
in the traIn- -
dangerous position afternoon a
.-'.Tom Watson played it low down i next to the engine, which-considering *\ w mm[ fOR OUR WARSHIPS swept bility find out the of their goods esfi- -.re..atered(a the city at yesterday the Ethel.- \

j on the confiding Democratic partyup the fact that the governmentpays i We-Fall attention to the page advettisement 'S!' -
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!in Georgia during the'recent Hoke an exorbitant price for the service of The Worth Stephens (Continued from First Page.) The loss must have tees ';" It entuul plaid silks in 41 color,;I4ss
upwards of $75,09 Ton
Smith troubles In that State. He rendered by the railroads-is a Co':j in today's paper. This is Live r B !4splar i in Miss M. V. ,Edwardi a. :.. f ..
f; was so anxious to get in the game be Oak's and burning property. It is doubt.. lodged here. The bdj''i + .
fault that cannot too soon rem largest general merchandise ',t w. Don't tail to see.them thejet 'I: YiUt "" '
and beat Clark Howell that he an- ful whether there will be a quorum sonage also picked) .
edied. The railway mall clerks concern carrying a stock of close to ,"- -- arrived and are beautifa Loa .a a
nounced himself a convert to the should not only get more money they $100,000 and it a deep thinker who when congress assembles next Friday money., By "paying totjaand just

Democratic party, and now he has should be liberally pensioned in case can think of something in the general (tomorrow). proving propertf"ythese

gone back' on the whole transaction. ofvdlsablllty incurred while on duty." merchandise line that they don't "President :Palma has Irrevocably .articles. -

I} e In a letter to an old Populist friend carry. 'Their goods are all of a high resolved to resign and to deliver the

up in North Carolina under date of class they carry nothing of the cheap government of Cuba to the represen- Sea Island Otte.

i Sept. 25, Tom writes: "I have not The Atlanta Constitution has discovered order and what they say about their tative whom the president of the Savannah, Ga., Od;',
that'the true solution of the
returned to the democratic party. goods can 1 be depended upon. United States will designate as soon island cotton markets..
problem is to return to the !
t It Is, true that I supported the Hon. negro as sufficient American troops are with buyers trying.to i : SHOESSLADIES'
teachings of the old time religion.What's ?
Hoke Smith in the state campaign I The "Masquerade .Skating" at the landed in Cuba. This act on the and offering half
of this year for special" reasons of the matter'' with extendingthat rink last night drew a very large part of President Palma to save his tations. In the last two j ,

r the gravest: nature, the issue b'ing remedy to the rest of'- "us! crowd and furnished no end of amuse country from complete anarchy. Imperative demand sprang up and tij| ..

disfranchisement of the negroes. -, ment for not only the participantsin that Intervention come. im. was pretty well swept, fi i llJ '

I At the opening of the campaign every United States Senator, Bob Taylor the skating but to the onlookersas mediately."It was principally in fastf _

one was put on notice that I remained of Tennessee, will arrive !in Brook- well. Some of the costumes were may be necessary to land forceof prepared cotton Tie .ras .

a Populist and I remain one haven Miss., next week to engagein very pretty, but for the most part Denver to protect American property tinue to be disappoint Good BBOYS' 4 4I

8till." The truth about Tom is that a champion fiddling contest there they were gotten up<.with a view to Probably about 8,000 rebels the demand being about<

he doesn't belong to-any party. He with a local fiddler of renown. Here provoking mirth and merriment and outside Havana. Cienfeugos also at supply.

is essentially' a free lance and his is a pointer for Bro. Storrs who !is they certainly did not fail of their mercy of rebels. Three sugar plan- The following prices art* -

genius is of a kind that would never looking after star attractions for the purpose. At eight o'clock the skatIng tations destroyed. Forgoing alre- factors' quotations. <'

submit to the! restrictions of an in- West Florida fair at DeFuniack for prizes began and each con- solver in palace. President the pres- Fancy Floridas .. ; -.,

elastic party platform He is likea Springs. A great United States test lasted for fifteen minutes. Prof. ident secretary of state secretaryof Fancy Georgia ,. 'k '

mountain howitzer strapped on a Senator sawing away for dear life B. W. Helvenston announced the con- war and STEINHARDT. Extra Fancy Floridas ..v?
SCHOOL
refractory mule and when it goes in a fiddlers' contest would draw the tests and awarded the prizes and "Consul Genearl." Extra choice Georgian -. .

oft it is as likely to hit one part of people even better than a drainage he, together with Capt. W. J. Hillman "Havana September 14, 2:41 p. Choice Ga's and Fla's ... will Mats:
that
kind
The
: the horizon as'another. discussion or a tariff debate. Col. Geo. E. Porter Mrs. C. m." Extra fine Ga's Fla'

--- -- Baisden and Mrs. F. E. Thomasson "Secretary of State Washington: Fine Ga's and Fla'i. of a school boy without jf

i,< Out in Texas they have tough kids Here's a little news item tucked acted as judges. The first contestwas President Palma has resolved. not to They are made for titer
too,-a growing problem there is away in a corner of a St. Louis pa- for the most graceful skater continue at the head of the govern- A Card of T1uzI'We

J here-and the Albany News ,published per telling of an incident which occurred Miss Daisy Sanburg won the prize. ment and is ready to present his resignation desire to publicly None just ** 1&

? in that State is bold enough to last Saturday at the little The next was for the most realistic even though the present appreciation of the '

give to the parents some good adviceon railroad station of Pacific Missouri, costume and this prize was' won by :disturbance should cease at once. shown by our people M6" ..

the subject, accompanied by a with a locomotive engineer for its little Everlin Conner. The third .The vice president has resolved not them for the very libel ,

solemn' warning of the rocks In life hero. We commend it to our read- prize for the most comical costume to accept the office. Cabinet minis- goods and money made

J ahead for those same young rowdies ers, especially the young men who was won by Abe Surasky, and the ters have declared that they will pre- You have been liberally?

;::: if the right kind of medicine is not will find no difficulty in drawing the I'prize given to the least graceful viouly resign. Under these condi- us all the year so that thi

administered in time.-Ate News moral from it: skater fell to the lot of Leslie Craw- tions it is impossible that congress offering is all the more i$ ._ For Ladies and Miseee'w'**.

t say: "Across the arm rest in the win- ford. Among the really handsome will meet for the lack of a proper Evidently you do not i there is no shoe surpaswi tlHirwowi nrr'

s "We were walking down the street dow of a surburban passenger locomotive costumes on the floor were those ofMiss person to convoke same to designatea we shall leave Live (Oak '

;I the other night some time about mid- which passes out of the city Daisy McClenny, Miss' Janie new president. The consequences for we cannot use wDst =

: night and we passed a bunch of knee four times daily is a vivid scar. The XicGehee and Miss Lucy Hopson. will be absence of legal power and brought !in by that time.' 1 1

; pants cigarettes suckers. They were evidence of a broken friendship ter- These costumes were decidedly strik- therefore the prevailing state of an- Ht DUTILL and f '

having a good time; we caught a minated by the tender of a drink ing and won considerable comment. archy will continue unless the gov- _-_-_- .- r'

whiff of prohibition busthead. Some- of whiskey. In the flight of the pas After the awarding, of_the prizes the I ernment of the United States will CHECK PKOXOUXCED 1IIloo4 \

time somebody's store or bank will senger train an extra gang was frequently -I skaters unmasked and a general adopt the measures necessary to

be robbed or someone will lose their passed engaged in placingthe skating was the order for some time. avoid this danger. STEINHARDT Valdosta Hotel MM r* l '

life in a midnight carousel then the tracks in condition. Members "Consul General." Swindfer -

parents will appeal to the courts, of the extra gang soon struck up an CYCLONE AT NEW ORLEANS. Valdosta, Oct. 6. & p ::0-'

juries and the men for their way acquaintance. Sunday evening the An Avalanche.Our proprietor of theB .,

ward boys. Civil or criminal laws do locomotive stopped directly oppositethe Sit: Lives Lost and a Million Dollars Methodist victto .
preacher Rev. this city, was the .
not make'men. :They are reared and village saloon which at that hourof Damage to Property. Howard Dutill and days0'1 '
family had an experience swindler, a few
nurtured at home. Around the'hearth the day had the lid on. A young New Orleans Oct. 5.-This region with ford
a peculiar storm a reward of $100 .
stone they learn the tenets of honesty walking boss dashed across the In- this morning was the center of cyclonic which seemed local at Live Oak. rest. The party regb-
virtue temperance and the fear tervening court and clambered into at least
disturbances three of They noticed an unusual stir In-the hotel under the name of' v1
of God. Mother, when the sun goes the cab with the usual "Hello Bill," which were tornadoes and caused i air all the week and thought It had pard. and claimed to

k down and the chickens fly up to at the same time his hand soughthis the loss of six lives with nine per- to do with the' coming protracted Western Iron Works y-

roost see that the boys are housed as hip pocket annd he produced a sons fatally injured. meeting but by eleven o'clock yes- Company, of St Louts ,

well as the little chickens and gos flask, pushing it under the engineer's About daylight heavy storms terday the strange movement devel- hotel man a check oa'

lings.. Treat them gently and kindly nose with the salutation "have a broke throughout the country within oped in the ] *
shape of an avalancheof house, signed by s
use ,moral suasion and if possible nip." Bill took the bottle slowly 100 miles west, north and east of groceries and was
flying fowl that fill- urer, The check
make home a haven or .rest-then if lifted it above his head and dashedit New Orleans. Tonight reports of ed everything with a confused mass forgery and returned b1

they Just won't obey the parental across the window sill. "Young sugar cane and cotton crops blown of boxes bags tin cans, barrels etc.. It was stated that SW s.

--, law get you a good dogwood whip wan get down out of this cab and I down and of sugar mills demolishedare These things seem to have been connection with them ,
I and make the dust fly because it is be quick about its"! was his reply. coming in from this entire sec swept from thoagh
every
grocery store in known to them,
more :honorable to, wear the, stripes The walking boss lost a free ride tion. The damage including that town and if "
I any of those who suf- that he bad been ol
of the parental rod than the stripes down the line"' and the friendship 'ofI done In New Orleans la placed at fered- loss by the storm will. call at game in other tows,I Y ': a

r iof: the'delon. Albany News* .... I fan engineer lover $1,000,000. the parsonage they wilTia all proba- Ala.,and Tiftoa.GV

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HEAt.TH AND, Miss Blanche Burnett came in l CoL Mallory F Horne returned1"to '
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THEY 60 :one of the best I: dotTor"' Djspeps1a. $ nt i s itMd1eatre' :
'from school yesterday afternoon. toI 1 Jasper yesterday afternoon, after' :farmers-of the county,who lives lathe Juice*p(A t.caJ yEe: #?
'spend Sunday with her parents ;several'days'spent in UTe Oak lookIng .
VLtiNff "' : Wellborn section was in the city and will put your stomach ia.:skape wto :
: Some You r' III I after .law. business.. r : '
yMtt nd s yesterday afternoon. He spent:7"esterday perform'1tj1mpQrlantJunet1enaotsupplying ::
:
Col.Frank D'Ferro, of Lake City, ; \ :
,: atVthe Park: ,
;: the body .md; brain! ;with
.1"" V"1 THE SUWAlniEE Y $IIOa was in the city yesterday for several T. P. Alston, Superintendent pf; ., ,-.- .- strength building ;'Wood.-/Digest

.jy : hours, returning in the afternoon. I:the Florida Railway will in a few A. W. Pope onqof Democrat's"efficient what: you ,eat, relieves Indigestion::

Springs..Hotel anc'< ai 14 UTE Oar.; 'days begin,to erect a neat and attractive Linotype operators left this Sold_.by City Pharmacy. *
Wood delivered on a moment's : cottage on Piedmont ave.
tl\Mt"AHI morning ,for Island GroT He will
QOIIi IOWI.JHQALLIVS.GOOD TABLE. Goo ; : of Atlanta, was notice, any! length/pine or hardwood."I return tomorrow, night with 'Mrs. Dr. T. W. Bothwell and wife ot

4. WYLt.IOINPED IT BILLIAROTA8LEt. SHAOyPAyIBLE "terdayy White & McGriff.;, Phone 25. tfbars. What does it cost to break up a Pope and the children. Wellborn were in the city yesterday
L.ac.i !.spell of chills and fever! Twentyfive afternoon ">
for
17 MILES a short time. Dr.
COINED H' at your Thurmond and ,daughter. cents for a bottle of Fletcher's .
=- CUL'\ orA E : .Delivered, I For backache and rheumatism use Bothwell has been to Mayo to see
"- Miss Willie Mae, left this morning 66. For sale by City Pharmacy. DeWItt's
Zanders. Kidney and Bladder Pills. his brother who was wounded therea
!HOTfl.. DOWblNG PORK for a few days visit to White Springs. Cleanse and
FLORID : ;: I purify the blood. A few days ago. :We are glad to
'W A'WA {"A.- ; _'sec, of Newark, N. J., Mrs. Hamilton Flemming, of week's ,treatment for 25c. Sold ''byj know that Dr. Edgar Bothwell Is
.... ..v-v..v-v..v-.v.A .f v eity'this, morning. True and tried friends of the ] O'Brien, spent last night in the city City Pharmacy. Improving. <
family-DeWItt's Little Early Risers; :! with friends and this morning left

man Fountain Pens ."of Downing was a vlsl- Good pills.. Sold by City Pharmacy.* for a few days visit to Callahan. A cold is much more easily cured I Owing' to the probability of the

K '-' 'i 3 in the, city last night. when the bowels are open. Kennedy's absence of several members of the
ette Razors ahd Blade!' Dr. W S. Mickler, of Lee one of I Rev A, D. Odom, of Starke pass- Laxative Honey and Tar opens 'they I Counciland, other parties at interest

..ff Mlkel, of Madison, was the prominent physicians in the state j ed through Live Oak this morningon bowels and drives the cold out 9f the I Monday night the discussion of the

Kodaks, Brownie Cam! this:morning for a littlemorning was in the city for a few'hours last his way home. He has ,been at- system in young or old. Sold by City-I.city water question will not be taken :t
night. tending the meeting at Alachua. Pharmacy. up until Wednesday night, whena
Huyler's Candies -- meeting of the Council will be held '

word left this Surrency & Powers are making a Suwannee Bakery' has opened in R. W. Turner a successful far for that specific purpose. Mr. Dowl-

Mia; Machine and j: to spend Sunday with his specialty of Red Band Brand Can the. C. T. McDaniel store, opposite mer of Columbia county, was in the ing has agreed to turn no water orr-
Record: dies at 15 cents Per pound. Nothing the court house. Fresh cakes and city yesterday attending to business until the matter has been fully set

like it. bread daily,-Suwannee Bakery. and "crossing palms" with his many tled between himself and the Coun

< It dotes, white and black, Live Oak friends all of whom were cil. fA+

nnee Drug CMHJ 9st srrlved,at the Ladles' H. Dove Allison after spending Miss Jessie Fletcher, ,of O'Brien glad to see him.WANTEDReliable.
several weeks with his Live Oak spent last night in the city guest of Archie, the infant son of Mr. and

Jtl'A"A""A" ,- friends, left this morning for his Mr. and Mrs. J, C, Fletcher. She boy or young Mrs A. 0. Jenkins, died at the home
4 'AYA3' y ",atonjOf Plnemount was home at Miami.R. took the morning train for Callahan. 'man In every town in Florida to distribute of Mr. and Mrs. Ward, in the West

'.,r todaj looking after bus- advertising for the. Jackson- End, where it was* being tended in

J:'. .. -. J. Stall and T, R. Hardaway, of WANTED-100 laborers to workon ville Carnival. Address with refer its illness, last night. For many

o. :;'"ift\- .- the West Virginia Land Co., were new system of waterworks at ence Carnival Association, Jackson-; weeks the little sufferer has been

E:Pennlngton, a prominent In the city yesterday .on business for Palatka, Fla. John H, McKenzie'sSons. ville, Fla. 2t. hovering between life and death and
-' In the the best medical attention and nurs-
of Wellborn, was their company. 2-31
-YANNEE B-AKER '- T f. afternoon. Owing to the "masquerade skat- ing was given it, but In vain The

: ,Ing" last night it was not possible to afflicted family has the sympathy of
{M N. L. Chancey of the western part Red Band Brand Bon Bons are
f Jieteher, of tinning was I :have the meeting of the Board of a large circle of friends in their be-
of the county, one of Suwannee'smost just as fine as any bon bons to be
.,- Trade, hence the Board is called to reavement.The .
shaking hands I
1nH.! Cake Pies. ..' 'yesterday successful farmers, was in the had anywhere, and. they are much
ftc.aad fnany friends. meet on Monday afternoon to take -
city this morning. j cheaper at Surrency Powers, Try '
Council
up matters of importance to the busIness City met yesterday

| special to order. Cream Br Y..:Board In private fam S. B. Jackson, of the lower end of 1 j them. 'I('I interests of the city. The meet- afternoon in call session for the purpose -
i ing will be held at 300; o'clock and the
; man, close in. Address of discussing depot propo-
the county, a member of the Boardof between'I
At the old I LOSTThursday'evening, business of the city shouldbe to be taken
man of action
Racket Store in from (.Cire. } of Democrat. s County Commissioners, was in the every sition In view
; N. M. Williams' residence and post- present. Railroad Commission Tuesday -
by the
House. successful city this morning. I Ii office old bead necklace. Finder will I
,
Clegg and Knowles Prowe ieppard,'a young I l It was decided to select a
jlVt( Jasper, was' In the city i I!return to Miss Julia Williams and I Several hundred extra copies of member of the Council to go to Tallahassee -

*hours. yesterday Buy your groceries from Surrency 1 receive reward. today's Democrat has been printedfor Tuesday to give the Com-
:./' & Powers and chance at the I
get a
I mission information it might desire
f t- ,-- I general distribution, besides any k
& Tberan, of the Park, beautiful hand painted china. You, Learn Stenography and Typewrite quite a number of extras has Mea from the city's standpoint. Hon.
mm bility find the goods thatL ;T('yesterday afternoon may be a lucky one. ing. it pays better than a clerkship,I II sold. The circulation of the Daily Chas. H. Brown, President of the

swept out of their estab .. red at the Ethel, teaching or day labor., Our $30 of I Democrat Is increasing every day. I Council was selected to go, and he

|i ftm race) The loss must have been iei', -- We understand that Mr. and Mrs. fer lasts only this week. If you begin and including the single copies sold 'will leave on Monday night. It is
j
upwards of $75,00 worth pitld! silks in all colors Bache have purchased a pretty lot I now you will graduate and havea and the number of copies ordered by probable that the Board of Trade
J It U doubt. lodged here. The lady of j ,"'"fa Mfss M. V. dwards' in the southern part of the city and I' position by the New Year. advertisers, brings the actual t aver- 'I will also select one or more representatives -

IU ** a quorum nonage also picked up i.i\\ ?='pa Ua11 to see,them, they will erect a handsome cottage thereon Southern Business College and Short age circulation of the Daily 'Democrat from its body to accompa-.

abhe seat Fridays money. By "paying for tM IA; trrired and are beautiful. in a short time. I i hand School. to nearly 1000copies. 1 Iny Mr. Brown.

and proving property" you', .. .....
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W the rtpreten* Sea Island Cotton;

r14eat of the Savannah Ga., Oct. J.-' j
Isjtgate as soon !Illand
cotton market open
: ft* troop are with buyers trying to depre : SHOES/SHOES/' P
N. tct OB the and offering halt cent un SHOES SHOES SHOES

I tau to lire. his atlons. In the last two daj _

et.eater anarchy, tin. demand sprang up and the'i] 1:1: LADIES' MISSES' CHILDS' INFANTS' GENTS'
come in was pretty well swept. T&

was principally In fancy t ,
|**r to Und tOrte
e *t..TkaB prop. Prepared to be cotton.disappointing The recelptlnue ] I

l'eefeegos$,SIG also rebels at supply the demand being about eqn.J-,* f G.Good Servicable Shoes for, Everybody ,

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ttaee mar plan.: The following prices are'. _

rergolag air. factors' quotations. j

44t. the pres.tetretary. Fancy Floridas ,,,'

"'If. Fancy Georgias ,, ,.,.,Jl'
TI.IKIURDT.wlfkMtrL Extra Fancy Floridas ..JM

Extra choice Georgias .,..t BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES '
** II, Ml: p. Choice Ga's and Fla's ....11' I c "

Extra fine Ga's Fla's ,',t.Jl. The kind that will stand the wear and tear oo' a A nice, neat, serviceable Shoe for the schoolgirl
t f-f. "Wllltol: Fine Ga's and Fla's ..,.It,4 o '
looked for and
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Pf a school without # is something have long ,
1ee1d tot tot -- \- t: boy going all to pieces %
.1 IN fovtra A Card of Thanks sThey are made for wear. we have it/now, just what you want
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Neat feU. resrrtteat <
We
to""publlely"ppreclation
desire eXP
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q None
of the klnd.J ; as goad JUs
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owt. shown by our people as well$*I "
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not them for the very liberal, ,
C.Ll$ talalsu ,: \
goods and money made L y \\
Ui.y till pro.r You have been liberally ,.
these _
coa4IM us all the year so that this __ ,
Ht cttatrtssf offering is the more apP. ;Ladies' Misses'v individuality that marks it one of the
all .For
*f r and is a Shoe that, unlike most others possesses an
a. to deslguate a roper *' Evidently shall leave you Live do not Oak i ie In thJ"! there is no shoe surpasses the Celebrated I b t d Dorothy D dd. dressiest: Shoes made. The Dorothy Dodd stands in a class all to itself for good service,

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.rfoacee comfortable and neatnessMEN'S
for we cannot use what f4 t

'**. loan and brought in by that time .;t tn. ?t .....-- T'- --- --.=-, .AI
14 vice of aa. -
and
DUTILL
: the fif': ,

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CHECK FROXOUXCED
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R*may toW I t:, IEaJuod SHOES

'ItlY1lARDT'J Cassia ralJoltta HotelMan Swindler. VI 1 <<. x Men who appreciate dressiness and conservatism will appreciate both the Edwin Clapp and the 4 I g


Valdosta, Oct. 6.-E. P.h", t- Hay wood Shoes. We have them in all styles and sizes, A large and well selected stock just received. 1 ,
Valdes
proprietor of the
wwltr, n" of a < ,
this city, was the victim ...
d%, h4 It fl. swindler a few days ago,.**" '. K_ ----- ?r..omt

*n1I*f stormNnUf a reward of $100 for .the a* -, < .
n U,. ,.
Oak registered Jt ,
Kit The party
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la th.' hotel under the name of W rPrd i Our line of Shoes is complete and we can please you in quality and price \ ) "& _
I ,,*tU It Ud and claimed to reprer"? '

tg ttracted Western Iron Works and""" z; We invite personal examination as it is the only decisive
iikkyes. He I P. '
Company Louis.
of St. .
mat dtvel hotel man a check on the St;.'. I r method of judging the superiority of our line of Shoes. : i.

ha iuUach! I house, signed by J. M. Herdi,. _i .... '- !'f
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> 'vet' that fill ,liner The check was proem: !

.f'4l1hl, k 41x. ele, It forgery was stated and returned that Sheppaj'J by tCt-:.- THE SHOE MAN '! Ed* Clapp !
HIT
", tHa connection with them ands S. J. W l3
.tt'X !
etoae lab known to them,. though tbe1 ,
.h. aetgall .. that he had been operating :_ 3

.u at gain, (in,othertoWns. na :'. l
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ltla; from tie' bland of, the taxable}hud*ifti :_. ,
Emery comes be ...
enlar*d by te,, : "r '
I N&X08, in the eastern Mediterranean, d W Sto ;: -

whence It has been exported for the tbeadoptk*

BUTLER BROTHERSilllt last two centuries or more. The beds vlaiona Seetfeaamtaioner of an act of tba L ',,: -:,:-',,-

4 of the Island the b : _. Bt.\'ttON.
t are In 'the northeast uq a n BIAI
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deposit descending into some of the right land for cf the emiBentdaeisilsl location ne # : > .. _

t neighboring! islands, the emery bean; dikes tnd resei r -

: t t Fall Announcement found in lenticular masses resting on ad.may pending enter imay. ...
th'. o-k.--
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I layers of schist In limestone almost necessary for_h tcrpae cVi' i

'\ .j., Identical with Parian marble, the fin- of the way.compenftatio&benefits m m f be bo dai4Section Pdd I .o.

est marble known which comes from hall be< ; Btok1eJ.-.
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the Island of Faros close by. There 55. The -" S Iy--. r 1.1sn

r BOYS' SUITS I I'and are about 300 men engaged in the the assessment such draiaaag ofreasoaof bcot.-. 11 ,,""' '' --''

trade, all of whom have to be married of board;the proved, tbemraa i fl ffl ; -- --.
of _
draiaaae r
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Boy'a Suits in double breasted jacket and knee pants before they'ue: admitted to the fraternity. them foe inch drainage KBia pttnK T *3 ._St',m Wi '"

err + double breasted Norfolks with bloomer pants. The material is much too hard Approved Mat glMOS.AKKU----..._ .44p .. : '"r.W, :::1 :"

\ Durably made and lined; carefully tailored, to be dug out or even blasted. Great ,. LY.- .Lanr0lo.Suwaa&vt. 0 -. ......

:.. fires are lighted, round the blocks till That Section nine (9)) of Aj&ij !- L.-----... '. ... v Ue.--...
,, the natural: cracks expand with the Constitution of the State -* ':t J---- '. U

k $3.00 to $7.50CHILDREN'S heat, and levers are then Inserted to visa SUM is hereby amended ao qta b a ;t ... __..__WiJm&I'lk.--: :
Ar.
Section 9. The ....__...
salary ...__
them e .
pry apart. Supreme Court ehsli be D r;;::: t.'
feu 48 p. .
;' This system Is continued until the dollar. a year. The Wray d thm _....._.__....... -

I* i I blocks are reduced iu size to masses of dollar.shall k a three year."thouaaa eve It>,' I JI ... ._.,.....? orwood.-

SUITS a cubic foot or less and they are then That the foregoing iO'11111.1.---- Ybi.7

shipped as if they were coals. Thereare Article Y of the Constitu ,. I IJlU .._.__'M' -v -'

and the same shall be Snbmaued ......._Va'O"--
Children's Suits in Russian Sailor Blouse with large said to he :20.000.000 tons yet available the State for spproni m h>Ve- 2.5

at Nu )i" It is one of the hardest general election of reprtaestetirea4 ._...... ..._.
sailor collars bloomer made in accordance with -4 BI\Ar"---\ ..
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F pants, Section 1,Article ZPII of th. -.- _........ ..
x ,1 l lG lw highest standard for boy's clothing. substances yet known coming next Apprevsd May Slstl9Q U
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to the diamond and among its crystalline AancL$ fl ..-.- .. .

forms known to'the jewelers are That the following amaidaecifa1 g.aI8_ !__ -:-" ....... ...,...........KaJo.---

$2.50 up to $6.50BOYS' the ruby and the sapphire. the Constitution of U.. State of i UP.!11.-. "5rJ. .... .
I to the Judiciary Depertmest,to6, illlll. '"'"........,..._..san 1.1 .
tine 39 of said Artic V a.... ,. 1. 11 P ID L--- .
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LJehtinc a Pipe. by agreed to and shall bejttadY Lr.._.- ..... --- -
of the State at the genets! r ii SS p, 9old.. .
err \ A smoker who started to light his the first Tuesday after the bit ....."--D'.... .M ---

F Fr' SCHOOL pipe on the street turned to his companion wit ber.:A.. D..19C for ratifiQ lle .w:: 64opm1Lv.-. I _...._....Chariteo..1" ...-..... .
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and said "A man told me the --- mLv
ICt ; Section 39. The annual S&IT III li et t \ gwr i. ...
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SHOESA each of the Criminal Courts ILT. -
other day how to light an ordinary of Iqt -- 3.0
hereafter to two establiahed I. E1 R mi I .,....
sluHfej \ .,
in a high wind. Let me show by fie countJ where such eoert b l 4 .....j-wjholloway.

Webster Dictionary match shall b.as fonyws: : b eowitiesdlm -r..t.OSPm\\LV-- n.Uf k- ,,-.
thousand population] one t'h
ten. -
3 given There was a stiff breeze blowing. counties of from fifteen thuwaisn al t J II1ILV.--- Perry.V.... SI
I The demonstrator took from his pocketan thousand population fifteen kaofad*' .r... \Ar.----I
counties of from twenty-five thosastf i '&I ,1 \ -
FREE y t4; envelope struck a parlor match on five thousand population We >-mj j i
t a rail and shielded it inside of the envelope and in counties of more than thirty- ii -' f)1 g StaUoIt. tai e a -
Statio&
XTRAGooD' population twenty-flv hundred look j or Telephone T '
with every pair facing the wind as he did so. repealing any and all parts of tile iSsJ .. 'rf1elrUh
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I The match turned with hardly a flicker tion in conflict herewith. : t&ti a' p5 senget Ment.
Approved Jane 6,190., : J jaigU. General
Vs.
and'the man who held it puffed on ,1'
his with AiTicuXHL :: .
pipe great satisfaction. That the following amendaeHife -
"That's a trick worth knowing he the Constitution of the State cf ffe.
Young Men's Clothes to the Judiciary '
Department
remarked. "Here's another.. Sometimes thro.0. U. 42. 43.".45. "and Cf U. .
F yon get a spark on top of your V, be and the same ar hereby weed tlanticCoas
There In a Greek anecdote of humble -jobler pointing out to a great be submitted to the electon of the J
pipe which the most 'vigorous
s.Mi. pats ng general election to be held OB them_
8t'rioulnui"takl' he
sculptor a had made la the sandal of otherwise
au : per N 1t falls to spread over the: surface of the ter the first Monday in November,*.&, .
; fect'tatue. e ratiflution: or rejection tDowjt:, Alal
r' tobacco. In that case take a piece of Georgia
lI Section 40. There shall be estabd I
r paper of almost any kind and hold It.1o'n county of Escambia.whenever the cost? i Florida, ,
The story goes to ShOW that the of those who do
reputations something, In tha spark. This will county shall so determine by a es4ie
spread:
artists or merchant* is safe only when their work is and votes cast on the question at MJ gess- North Carol*
,
BO perfect so re- d the fire and of record and there
/ give you the sort of light a court sKtB let jup-j [Virginia
liable and so exact th.it those who scrutinize it closely find it right. s t"t a pl px' smoker wants. Providence court ,'hoahal1 be appointed hrtteG ,
confirmed the Senate wha JournaL Six years and whose salary Iha1I betel Carolina
The clothing fInd all the merchandise we sell is made on this basis. In five hundred dollars a year payable! South

:f.. S getting clothes with style we do not forget fit. In selecting fabrics we make I t'1t' Acieudiuent 'Rejected. the record county now established of Escambia.in Escambit The crmaII&:toss j i

:: sure that buttons and linings: all match the goods. This is true in our line for "Laura said :Mr. Ferguson hurriedly and upon be the the adoption court of of record these.ameodiB herea fssti ak.. or Tra\.

ii men, boys and children. explaining matters in the kitchen all officers of such criminal court d KB.: f The Great Highway

\ "I did:l't want to bring the man hometo be officers of such court of record tJ ffisi-
the duties and receive the cmobnreita
w In all details our merchandise is superior. You will not find flaws to dinner but he kept staying and until the expiration of their present tee?.J t Nor

bother and annoy you. We advise an early callBUTLER staying at the office, and I just, hadto Section 41. The said court sod io ri.rah.vivanrivinnlinridictionofaIIcz A 1OViUaEL! !

ask him. You will have to put as not capital:which shall lriIMl!in E via:& -
: and shall nave in Escambia .
face own?
good a on it as : can.
you
< I
with the Circuit Court and Circuit Jad** EAST TUB fAlI.\
i wEderheimer "If you think I'm going to changemy county the same original! jurudktisi rid I' TO THE ,
face LI cases and matters as the eireoiteovi.ai
on account George Fer-
BROTHERSAAAAJLJlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1
judge.f said county and the same pew INDI
.t tora.wa
Stido "
.r guson. said his spouse, red and angry writs of mandamus injunction (pan 0RIDRANDWEST

r 'you'll have-to: think again! You certiorari, prohibition habesacorpwit
'
V V-o-o.. proper and necessary to the cantfea; n
-o-o- ()-.O-( )
may bring him out to dinner right their jurisdiction as the circuit wart ttt NEW YORK EXP !

t now!"-Chicago Tribune.A judge of!said county except the JCWBthorlty { AND
...,. to summons and empanel a pM\F5 -
----- Section 42. There stall be BI Lama i .
-- court in each year. '-Ai ROUTE .

Badly Burned Girlor Section 43. There shall be for yid. 1111' uiri MONT60n RRY
prosecuting attorney who eh&IlM!

.AAAAAiAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAA_ boy, man or woman, Is quickly the Governor and confirmed by toe Sap l ER" VIA 41, !
-- ---- ------- --- -- a I I who shall hold his office for f 3
I ; I > out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve pensation shall be fixed by law. TfT
I I triable it ill I II "
Section <<. AU offenses
,
: is applied promptly. G. J. Welch of'' Ofl '.
shall be prosecuted upon in/oraitio THROUGH COAt Itt
"
1 > Tekonsha, Mich. "I to be filed by the prosecuting atIIdeJ.1t PUllMAN CARS AND
says: use it. In
grand jury of the circuit court far*i&
I SChool Shoes >V my family for cuts, sores and all skin may indict for any offense triaKi Ibt {Atlantic Coast Line mileage goo '!
School Shoes of record. Upon the finding of IKSa* bookd
I' > injuries, and find It perfect. Quickest the circuit judge shall commit or bail UJ.*] fiins far East as as 1" .
as
> Pile cure known. Best healing for trial in the court cf record vtuca tcy
be upon information. ? rates $25.00
-_ > salve made. 25c at Barclay & Groover Section 45. The clerk of aid mad aS tonati and New Orleans;
!i elected by the electors of Escsmbi semi> ,
: Drug Store. S shall hold office for four years and tit Vj f CONSULT THE PURPUfedetaned ro t

*+ tion shall be fixed fcy Ia w. TheM d
31 bia county shall be the execnthi _- t regardJ&ns *" -
information *
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS : NOTICE court, and his duties aodfees ahsalktub* and full
4f i : Of ELECTION. Section 46. The same rules of PWf nearest i t" .
practice which obtain in the circuit a V schedules, call on your
I WHEREAS The Legislature
of 1905. under the county shall obtain in the court of toad?; :*: '"* *
Constitution of InUKK A
1885. of the State Pass. Agent,
41 five Joint of Florid. did laws relative to criminal courts of reex4 : BOYLSTON, Dist.
pus Reolutin
Proposing Amend menta as otherwise provided herein,sb J W j- 138 W. Bay h'
II to the Constitution of the State of Florida and m.STARK,Trav.Pass. Agent,
I I the control the court of record. Ctttf; to. ,
; We have the largest fifths same i of all were the agreed members to elected by a vote to of House three-? may be had from the court of ftiUI\-\ ?*i. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager, G;* -
LOWEST PRICES each cuit of another for the t.
court county
that the OBUEive
It II vote on said Joint General
Resolutions ftC.
i S line of School Shoes in I tered upon thier respective Journals, witb were en- and under the laws providing fates WHITE, Gen.' Pass. Agent
amg
yeas of ODe
5 : and nays thereon. and they did vents from the circuit court -
the city, andinaddition direct that said Joint resolutions be determine and circuit court of another county. TIle u:;;'
As usual we will be ,t the electors of the State at the General submitted to may in his discretion.order the ci."CIIi-:
to our regular stock we ; in November l O6. Election I Escambia county or of &nyot.het-1J1t.i Oak Perry
have enabled to sell School\ : Now TBEREFORE,1: IL CLAY CRAWFORD Secretory one or more terms or parts of term rid goof
just received of State of the State of Florida, do ; record. Any civil cause in th ,
+ hereby be tried before referee. or i.
may a fS
give notice that aGENERAL I
Shoes at the very lowest :. I I qualification of the judge of the ,
31 ELECTION may be tried by a judge ad liton.or J!*"yTJforred Railroad Comp' '

i I 780 PAIRS OF SCHOOL price-every pair is I I: t will next be succeeding held in each the county first in Florida on Tuesday of any otter tothe county.circuit court in the of same Escsmlr war" 1
Monday in .
> well made for the hard >> A. D-. 1905.! the said Tuesday being the Nwembar ing to!the in same the circuit previsions court asceediogs of Esc gov O r'. jI t,i SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APrktsr4

= SHOES > SIXTH DAY Of NOVEMBER Section 47. The Supreme Court_ :_.,t.lfi ""'"
i use to which School > for the ratification shall have appellate jurisdiction fe silla* ., 1 I \II,
Shoes are always subjected ; P.eaolutions of proposing Amendments to the Constitution in cast of conviction of felony B..:...
: the State
of the following well I> of Florida, va: of record. The circuit court of *&aajA#*; STATIO.No. .-"
t i and every pair ARTICLE XXVIU. shall have final appellate jnrdit'u6Ddemeanors "ff||1 Passenger \\fit. and
known brands That the tried in tie court f4 r'-.
: "High I'I following ;II- ...
to
will give satisfaction- > of the Constitution of the State of Florida Article and peals or writs of error prosecuted&ergP( 5 No. 9'h -y-
School, "Black Cat." I it is hereby agreed to and shall be be of!record whether to the Suprs M w ;.4 ) Sunday Onb-IDa eL Sun
." = there are none others h the elector of the State at the general submitted to CUlt Court shall be prosecuted in tlr sand .J L 1t. -P.tt P.M.
"Cadette,, and others. be held on the first Tuesday after the election to'I according to the same row II*:elf Leave
as good for the in fiat Monday proceedings from the Circuit Court Leave
price. II> November A. D..1906( for raU fixation \ 240
or rejec- 0..
Court. _U.
preme t 39 y 2 54
tion.Section
,> 32. The Governor.the Approved June t, 1905. I 'li16 200 Bocky *..
Treanrer the Attorney Comltroferr the 1 1 US ..... Surr
i Ge.eral and the Commb- .. 1.52 307 ...
.
.
il .ioner of Agriculture of the iitau of AXT1CLEThat uhf 3 ISZSO _. )1.
Fbridt L55
l their IUCce&8era in otitce and s II ( .-. plat
FREE FOR and designated as a board of are drainage hereby constituted the following amendment ird* :k i x09 Ar. S40 I.anaswt
Ar
SEVEN DAYS FREE ers and are hereby authorized and commissionn- of the Constitution of the SttU*f l* itj; 4i, Lv U51" 4 10 powlfsg 1'... '
empOWered
esubksh a system of to the same is hereby agreed to sal
canals -iii t S 415
:i and reservoirs of uchdimensioniS depth, ,dikes mitted to the electors of the Star. I _tA Ar Lv U9 \ l'l --."CUfttf
the judgment of said board of as in oral election in 1904 for ratificatioa 462 4050 p 420 ." Bell
With] every pair of School Shoes sold for the next Seven iioners fa deemed advisable to drainage drain and commie Section L Either branch of the W Iy 431VII Ar. 4 25 Kayo JI&DI 10"':
Days, the I.amp and overflowed panda within reclaim a regular! session thereof. war tn"!: ...p ; ;Lv. 4 4'1 .. ..Ita
of Florida, or such P&rta or portion Ole State meats to this Constitution: and if ale:::;... I 5.10 .H ._... a'lei
we will give one pair of good deemed best by said board of drainage thereof AI ia agreed to by tkre.fifths of all th*.o9 si i i.06 ( ..
stoners from time to time and to provide commie eel to each bou each propoeecl,+r rI td i.l0 r. j2 T1FB1
i irrigation of the\landiledaimed sad for the be entered upon their"j reeya S 0 M 65 527Ar. -S b .14.w.
School sudh canals drains.Uve uSeI and, maintain the yeas and says and shall tit P' I ; Ar 5,38 540 .-.. Parr
Stockings sack manner as will be moat tdvantageotu reservoir. in newspaper is each county wher* S: Ar i z I Ar H&mll1OO b.d .
t to Ole immed'h j
territory published
so drained the State of fog OB*month
haWtanU and the commerce thereof.fJorida. ita in- the next general electtoa of ..Y 035MAYO
i Section 3.1. That the board of which election the Mm shall be* '
an hereby drainage eommiuionera electon of the State forapproral"err S *
Come authorized
and
see our line of School Shoes. The quality of the shoes to establish drainage districts and and fix empowered the bound- a majority of the electors voting W*S, AlitV1
SdoPt
arise thereof in the State of )1krida. menu at such election shall t
and board of drainage commieeimiers lie That the ments the same shaDb e Ie a part d,,$
and
will
prices it ia
please authorized amp'
you. and empowered to tution. The proposed r. lt
:e of aU the alluvial or ewamp and prepare a list or lists submitted as to enable the elector Ie fj Na 8 Nx 1t.p "
ablel&nds within such drainage overawed district fax amendment separately. Altaoe A ; a !!. Sun Surday Only _
tricta and or din at the election which this is s
levy thereon an at P.u-: P. bL
ten cents per acre per acreage tu DOt exceeding tofore adopted by the electors sr*hate: it Leave Leave

annually and the various by said tax board&SIIeSSOra of drainage of annumn the eonuniesionen vanoua to be fixed a adoption part of of the the Constitution same f am .J.- -' t 4 4400 I I! La Ilu iJv.'

: : THE lADIES' EMPORIUM e II; embraced in Part or in whole within counties Approved. 6;1905. -.L.Pf > 469 6.94
drainage district or districta ihaU receive such The votes cast in compliance\ !" :::::.;. '" J9 .6.Oa i, &K Peters
l list or liita and enter USESn the such tmendmenta, and the canvas+*\, d g IQ.l s. 30 a 5 Sri Mayo
tax 1
rope $ t
toL. of the county or counties in which such lands returns thereof.shall te subjec I Ar440 Av &02 ANa
he and may ulationsaod ..
the amount 10 levied b, the restrictionsassr-: : L' ,- T't ,
eommissioaen in such manner beard of drainage General Elections in the Stats of FT'''*'7 ,d vbIN ; .- t4op Connection male at powling Park fa a
Y may be prescribed by the board of and form as TESTIMO.VT WHEtXOP.I bays rf 1 'c'tios as to eooneetlon. with other ioni.'frO
from time drainage.cm. hand and affixed the ti fRwipt Bmildiag, the Oak.
to
S.c Harvard, Proprietor. Live Oak Fla. t SS3a b. the various time tax which colecmrn amounts of shall the [I..8.)- State of Florida st ofT*J Yw4INo.? beaident.r R T td
4C counties whereba such levees have been Capital, this first day
made '
other taxes as ***
." 'Y' ,t""t w collected accordance: with law. *'
'J"'t"'tJ" Y " '" "yy" "''fUWir tt and pay Mer said aautunt coiUcted to the board H.QUTO
;.iw draiftage eoBBUauan, ..
S S uid .i90C'I
1.
-5-- S l TS $R.IlCD'JSOj Sb'xif
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fwHel1 ilDA WAY W if11[ TQ WQRS"Jfs" y.r :
& '. .
s" SCHEDULE,, ; < SOt T IEEiN: EAIEWAI:;:: .l, : -

ahaJJb".IIea' :'': ze a .. -
1M Wed of taxable lands ba IIj {' gAt1dS.ON i S. lA. I*'BT. ANB? A:C. L. RT. AT.LIVE OAK. Episcopal Church.. f,;

llt4itmaaWl. dcIIIe under' : Services,at the! Episcopal l Church TRAINS'DAIL'(WASHINGTON AND NrlTO J r .. : '. .
p tie cENTRAL T71ce BEAD or.Nal ..
% *5
1J'OfW forblind the to -:;:: of a 4te4 tomorrow. at 11. a. m.,( and 7:30 p.

dote, n. beds SeetIoa u'ctofho ,, 4. m. Sunday school 'and Bible"class Sched1ale Uectf: NO'ICIaber8. 1 '>

It tbi the saWiooer. be&lid it board Frt at ''10 a. m.. All are cordially invited 3f- j.NaS4 i
tA) ft>n. of the n.hCof efonenidoto.att' ed STATIONS. '. .. .-... EaDd Daily Na ISO TwoTraina Eaat. No.12 .
_NORiH
for It ; & Except to attend these services. ANDWPST a = .. ; -
the Ile .
dug location hey t 05& I
't.I T b5p'LrJukaonTt110..Ar "
emM ben! T and of Daily. Sunday.610pm 11 It T tSpAr.JatksoaTilleSRy Ar ;;'> :-
.
40Et Lv.leuupAr ,
[ -., restin; on and IIIaJ & tar. 1 mD 1Z 15D L.Stranaab..Ar 10 SOpI jL. Jessup C&. I S. R7.Ly I
0leetone. almost aS5W :Sna,, Baptist Church. 1 b5p i OOaAr.Columbic., _.L. 2 50.Lvlttan, C. S. R7.L" -

inutile. tie fn tb'of eaaPettaatbn) t aucJa Pf Oatipg 11I4.. ,,, ... ,.-.Llve Oat-T' '::-T.... .-__ 1920am Tomorrow is the second anniver. 1006p S6a U t lip 5k Ar..Chaaktte.Lv.uCreenabcn..LY i 7 3Ca..u.AtlaataGa.S.Rome Ga..8. b Rr.LyU ; Lv -

rtkfc cones from ah&U way be eoetidered beae8b tobe or stela / v ?___Porter i'_. ...II' ., -' _. .Lv. 1000 a m 542pm sary of the present pastorate and 6!06a uOpAr.... vi11e..Ly 9 145t 25a Ae Ar.Ctat'anga: at, Ga.SRy.Lr,TS Ry.Lr: _

H"* t/, There seetjo Tb. by theItoia.> I the occasion will be celebrated with j 42p Ar..RichmoRd. Lv I :0plAr! .Lexingto. KQ.& C.Lv'
the sa>etament tnri. ': Oy ._Stok1e,....... ......___...Lv. 952am 518 pm 411a i0p Ar..Lyaehbur -Lv 'J lOp .ane'II&tti.OQ&c.Lv
f'IlPrf'J ID the 11 fitting The subject for 6 Oia :
rea.oa ceremony. 110p Ar.Chulottewlile Lv '
Lv
Iv be man ie3 t%the proe.edaomegaend th.of ',. \. -. .. '. ._____.Lv. 950am 5 15 pm605pm 8 nisi 160p I Ar..Wasbittgten..Lr! I'I10aIAr.Cbicaco.IIL COp Ciae'natti 0 Big tAr
t
11 a -m. will be "There is much ; Big 4.Lr
"dr. more .
U 1139a _
'a ,ffl] 1135p Ar alt ,
(
'
tted t0 the tra. them for ouch wb -...-, Kirkland-...-----.Lr, 944am Land Yet to Possess." Special music 1 t5p Z 35a ...W.Phi1aLv mwe.Lv'L';; C Ii PaLLtesAr
draint
bwud too bard Approyed _m 11 9.L y.---; .- t 13p .lka.: ) ArAr... NewYork... 7 10a'Ar.Chiago Pa LiIltl.Lv
1dalted! May i7.19aDnrDOe.. L ''f-- ", ;{, ..... .-___Wialmarth.__''' .. ...._..._.Lv. 936. m 4 50 pm for both hours.. At the evening service 'e45p Lv.Cinc'atti c.B..I;, D.Ar
Great .una. .. ; --- ._WdmartbAr.. Noa.Shnd S4.-"New York and Florida Ex'I Z3aArChicagoKon.RouteLV!
..
il 1 the blocks till That Sectiou XXIx. _' ;:;:- 4 there will be no preaching but press,"Daily Pullman Dewing Room Sleeping 6 Lv.Cin'natiGB.4tD-Ar'

pad with the OmatitutJoD at the nine (9) of ::. .t\:, ....'on ..I.oravlle! ___...._M._,. the pastor will make a talk of ten Car Port TlWpa and Jack nYil1e to New YIIr.) I ZQaIAr-ToIed H.A DrLv
lime Btate of 1'1._..:''''' .-Luraville._. _._._._ NOlL 30 -"WashmatOD and Florida 725aiAe Detroit.u.., h.P.UL
laeersby ..... .c Vinz
Lea &IDe"" Limited.
IDlel1ed 10 YiI: 10 &I to 43up L -- 4.5 minutes and there will be two otherof Daily Pullman Dewing Room --I

ji;k,< _..-__WilmaJlth..M. __._. same length. Come and enjoy Car.Jacksonville to New York. DiDin Sleep-I '6 3OpLv.s.Ar; CiD'aati.B Four.Ar ?
Court j :
i CleYeJand.BlcFourLv
:a1lPll until the dollarsaye.r reme a'b'The ae1.. d P'L- ......WWnarth.0.6 _...__._.Ar. 9 35 a m 4 45 pm the day with us. No.SO TuaoUGB Laxn or rag Seg. 3,'Lv.I..6 tosS..tp.Ar ::

4-j the to m.lleJ of dole ra-.t ..thOUaaJ aaJary i five of haDd .$'f': ......, -- uwannee 28Norwood River...........__.Lv. 932am920am 4S2pi412pm 1 559 Lv_. Jacksonville. FJa.Ar .!lOpLv.Lou8YilIe..S.E1A.r.St.: Louie.! _.S RT..Lv RyL.1215a _. i
[ are then .
? That the foregoing .. } ,.. _._.....Lv. Methodist.Howard __ savannah, Ca.Ar 10 02aiAr.Anniston. A8.RY-Lv .
UwtU. There Article v of the &Ine ,JI Lf- 3.2 6 00a Ar.CoI bJa. S. C.Lv 1Z OI.Ar-Birm't-.a.JUA.s.b.Lv! i

lUtti i yet aralJ. the aDd Stat.lame p Conatitutioa be auba ttSltol. hTtoi : '' '.'. ._-- ___ .Mayo.-._....... .Lv. 912 a II! 400pm Dutill Pastor. Z 1 S'lp SOp Ar Ar..ll.ot__..Aehvu Springs!!O. N., N.C.C..Lv._Lv Ii 9 O/jpAr-Mmphis-Fr'.aeo..LY/ : i

!0I of the hard- gentza the ,11"L- ......__!layoo__. _Ar.JU. Sunday-school 9:45: a. m., L. E. 6 1IOp Ar...._ Knoxville,TenLv, g" IAr.KiIl8aSCityFri coLv
I .....,..... risSSSSteWdT Otare trID -,' 2.5 8 Iia) Ar.Leulaville. ,.._ 'Mensbis. T enD. .At
coming but the aa
tOG, ADDnredMty8let 1995 1. L'Az........ _.Y_.......-. ....----- Sunday offering for Domestic Mis Br._._..CiutinmtR 0".'...._JLv!
I hTICLa .r !f > No &-I>ai1r human Drawing Room Buffet
_
to jtwtlua are | $, ....-....-.--_ldago....., .._.._.._.........MLv. sion. EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE ON Slexpmg Gr Between Juksoavilq Betulerwa. ;

:1W, gsssad: -,pLi. .--- ..... _.-14110 IS .. .. .. .. ..Ar. 9 10am* 3 45 pm Preaching at 11 a, m. and 7:30p. ALL TRAINS l rill.t Aahvi le.Hot Springs Knozuive and Cindn.

i-... LJ: .." _MJan Pedr9._. .. .. -- ....Ar. 90am 325pm315pm m. Dr. H. G. Scudday, of Tyler,
MM. .
"
rd to light b!$ of the the state at the shall I'1neraJ b81U eIeetio to! -- '31L---;; ._..._....Salt 1 Road..* .___.Lv. 851am Texas, will be with us and will do tag No.Carajacksonvate 13-Florida Limited-Daily to Atlanta. Chattanooga Solid Vestibule and Train CinemnattL Through. Ala day Pullman coaches Sleeping and Pulhnan Car JeaanB Sleep.

ant TueoU after the D 92 the preaching. Services throughout to Colored Springs Col.via Birmingham. Memphis, Kanau City.
14 1I1!
to til hat
com' br. A. D.. 1M. for Mondaq L- .... r..... ._---Askold.-._ '''M_' _M.Ly. 810.a m 2,45pm
11 toI-J m. the trit: ratintor "'11 2S the week at 3:10 and 7:30 p. m.
,
.t Section 39. The annnai ". ''", ; ILy ... ...._CturitiMU..MWMMMMMM.._.i*.t.L V. 883am 235 pm JAMES FREEMAN. District rauenger AI'1nt.l08 W. Bay St.JaeluoavOle. Ha.
aD taleirettheJ Let everybody come and worship the
-
ordinary eadaof the Criminal ,. 39 S. H!ILUDWICL P.T.Jl. W. H.TA TWIt:G. P.A., BROOKS MORGAIf.A.G. !'.A
tat me &bow bereattertobq.eatabJiahed'ban L iF.. ,.''LY_ _._Kesne.., .__._.LV. 823am815am 2 20 pm Lord with us.Second.
county wben such hbahU JIIId. 3.0JFenholIoway. ,
be u foU w.: 111 eountiea eourt 01 nr.u-t. --,,,?? ..--- ..........Lv. t 10 pm $<
tboasandpo.nlati .
2.6
'.
tlowlaj.frBbi pocket eoul1ta tJlc.o'.1III of from fifteen OM thou.a&i.thouaaDoltf'IIie'M fai.,u:< _.,,,.-.- __De smAark_.. _......-_-_Lr. 808alOOam m 135 pill Advent Church.
Population fiftees Regular services at the usual 1
,w mitdj oa a tire of from twenty-ftv. thaieani hundred .;,.tl.... on "...._Perry._.._..__.:...._....Lv. 1 20 pm SEABOARDAir
t +s4 !t41 hours.
'.14f if the rab sad k evuntks: pepolation of two thoeea,4 '<.. r 1
I Ito dl4Mltpoffed! P pulaUm. twenty more.than '.ennDeshng Preaching by the pastor. Eld H. V.
/0 : any and aUP&I't.I hundred '!;; or Telephone Station (f) Flar Station (r) Register (a) Regular Stop. (a)
of l Skipper at 11 The subject
the a. m.
bart1y: t nick taW
tioulneoaflktherewith. T. f. ALSTON Superintendent. Line Railway
oa ApprOYed June 6,19o6. General Passenger Agent will be. "What is included in the

IftetltiD r3 Plan of Redemption." At 7 p. m.,

'''''1...." h. seSaKfa 1'bt tile owji 4to .:'>' the subject will be: !'The danger of,,, For Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern Pines, Raleigh.

tytbet, &flfltow Judiciary "
I. V.b iid tL U. ssaSsSUrtZ Agnosticism. Richmond Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York
of
top
your the urns an 4aped Sunday school at 10 a. m. ,
herebJ :
..-...--- "" ....... iii .Ublllltte4 to the eleetora II janticCoastLine
r"ot1. .ftMaI of the StatI i at 7
electioD to be bald : Prayermeeting Tuesday p. m.

A.nrt.fe M pittb or Ills 0. ratUluUoa l.er tb. nt or Monday reJection in-Novembee to-wit os the: .am A.jl...... All are invited to attend. Three Elegant Trains Daily I t

*l and bold 44. Then ahaI1 be utablliW SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
itpwj e.untyof
E&ealnb1a.
whenever ) Alabama
the orida Georgia
J4m : fotaI tlJUl1t7 lhaJJ 10 determine by a IIIa.iwitr YOterI [[ Dowling Park Doings. ,
taIIt.011 the SEABOARD EXPRESS
Mtt Or U&t .twurt 01 record and qWatioa th at nr rerrafl "What are you folks doing to

Itartttoiv: eon4rmedt.COUrt "ho'haJJ the be Senate&DDOint lhall: b them jrginia, North Carolina and cause people to talk about' Dowling SEABOARD MAIL i

ea y..r. and"hoee "holbaDhoIdbJj Park I have heard 'of you in I
I&Iary aluill bet.. '
,.. b.hundred doIlua alI
tU year payable s.South' Carolina. most coounty in the'State
....... record eouat7 f4 E.cambiL The criminal every MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMI.NT.:
now utablished in Euamhla Co1IWJ also in Georgia" was the question

0 teerJrl ties bruits.epee and be tbe the adoption court of of record these.amendma herein asked the writer a few days ago bya The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED, the only Daily Solid Pull.
kltcbee pror
thf DaD borne all be fIdIura iIIIcen osuch ot such court mmlnal of court of recall : 'The Great Highway of Travel from widely traveled friend. My Vwas man Electric Lighted Train between St. Augustine, Jacksonville

t 'UlfDf aDd w duties aDd receive the record and come and see. Behold what a and New York via Richmond Washington. Leave St Augus.

4 I jtut bad tutilweziintbnotthtirDreaeattcspd. The Mid court and! judge a-East t west Nora south year and half of intelligent enter tine 12:10: P.M. and Jacksonville 1:20: P.M. daily including Sundays.

I vt.t. rut II aDd eiat avt4w oridnaJ jurisdiction lhall ariBe ill of) 1Ga prise has done in supplementing the
fa"
wjt.la the Circuit ve in IManbia county -- attractions of nature so lavishly ex ONLY LINE
It ** C'baap Court and CireIliC Judas fit
thwFrrw j f e"aulJty.aD4 the lnattcl'l lame oriaiDal.. the ircutuMrrttaood aD -; TO THE EAST TilE FAMOUS pended on this ideal-'spot.. On the Operating daily through sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans.

rrd Bud aD- f,fudge wmsof at said IIOUnty.and the came powrp. west banks of the Suwannee a delightful Fu;iuftiminticn ) n<* >l- -p-i{ H....ctrattt!! users!

a .pIaI TOil CItrt ari.IDalldMlIiao pnhlbitiol1.injunction.habeas eorpusasM411a4ti quo 11 !) RIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED hotel enshrined in a. parkof on nor nsren of Seaboard or write

Nfaat ll' hart to eiren;wlplcte surpassing beauty which includesthe S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., 1
lidlction II the anal
eow1 Assistant General Passenger Agent.
i of ssuummmoont power .J mineral springs, swimming pools i .'
thj.4irdit t.nej AND NEW YORK EXPRESS. JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
a, is and various auxiliaries for the
8.ctioa .
4% There .
flhaIl Le six terms d
1 I 1211 i eourt Ia earl year. -t.<, amusement and pleasure of its guests

1 t It ; h.larernari IMctiuft "t There d ,.han.. ab&1JrmedbybtneSeau be for &li4. ,:f. t MONTGOMERY ROUTE AND "DIXIE fLY has grown into popularity until all climates where coughs and colds pre out any how-yours and your nlg-

gokkly I "h.eluAbuldhisotiiceforfour. UIQI[ come who can, and all praise who vail. I find it quickly ends them. It ger' ;too.

Arita Rabe Penesuun J..tioMt sign..fiftd by la..... yesri II.;: ii: [ ER" VIA ATLANTA. come. prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe, Get in your carriage and go
44. All
J, offenses
1Yekb Af triable la 1134
j eJ..u be prosecuted upon info nnatk n vodet u On the west banks of the river the gives wonderful relief In Asthma and home I'll keep this pistol to remem.

iat4ti"f lot I it 0 S lit,..114 be lil jll17 5*d by'the the Pro cinuil ecutinw court /or roabtt wd: c l |IAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALLTRAINS. immense mills, unsurpassed by any Hay Fever and makes weak lungs ber you by," '

aillilQ III&yiN dtcttoranyoffense triable in tie .';' in the state, employing hundreds of strong enough to ward off Consumption Governor Broward has authorizedan

Qakk. tae r!Clftuit rud. JU4I U(tOO,.ihall the.findlwo'commit or such bail i the sod:.e ac' Coast Line mileage books, good to all points, via all 1 skilled and unskilled workmen. Coughs and Colds. 50c and exchange of circuits between

13iet kullBfQrOOV.' tie trial. Qtj i information.ill the court of record which trial_,i,_ ,.K. far East. as Washington, and as far West as St. Louis, Numerous stores with stocks rivaling $1.00. Guaranteed by Barclay & Judge Francis B. B. Carter of the

Ls7 A :: "uon 45. The clerk of said eowte towaj i ,."ti and New Orleans; rates $25,00. the best in the county a fine Groover Drug Store. Trial bottle First Judicial Circuit and Judge B.

9.hallwldyoRc.fuefouryearrsaanndb\ bu i railroad depot, trains about every free. H. Palmer of Lake City on account
I.shin be flied h law. ThesberW of CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER.
1M.CiWI1I, shall hour a business that draws the far disqualifications in their circuit.
I, ._... be the executive oflicerrf I, i\o- .
.1It *INtI.Th.. w hb dutiea. eami and tea rules shall of beroeOOl!I 3e3 and full information regarding rates, Pullman reserva- mers from many miles around and rrc Judge Carter will hold court in
(
f ..the tracu.:. whlda obtain in the circuitobtain cowl It -;schedules call nearest ticket write a population ranging from eight hun- TAIUHASSPJPIB, Madison and Columbia counties,
e. "'Dr,aha1I in the i court of record i f on your agent, or ,
he 5.... rigs 1a.1 ro IaIiY,to criminal of record, dred to one thousand, is what cause commencing October 15.. Judge
.... courbJ
S If h 4. ,N..."-.We prvvide4 herein shall appltl ; e.CBOYiSTON, Dist Pass. Agent, 133 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FJa..UKTrav.Pass. men to talk and come for business. (Continued from first page.) Palmer will hold court in Holmes
..... ... mini the court of record. Fla.
t ., Agent, 138 W. Bay St, Jacksonville,
1..'suh H.t.., r be had from the court of record IB tM Among the day's arrivals may be disreputable lookin ob- county beginning October 15.
.lM ..... ... **7.exert of another county for the ume o* Passenger Traffic Manager, General Offices, Wilmington N. C. altogether a
The the
.. [ State Board of Pardon at
,
11' d r the laws providing forchancffilj mentioned: Mr. W. S. Lang, with ;
t'r .fawn the + _, 1T&. Gen. Pass. Agent General Offices, Wilmington, N. C. '
[ > "" .* M3 H circuit court of one county W. B. Johnson Co., Jacksonville; Mr. ject.As he returning to Tallahassee regular meeting Thursday granteda
f **ttuj HI"1,11 tTtof another ounty Coi ... was
i **WU tlntl.. f bah. .l.d wretion. order the cireu t I -:- y Turner, with C. B. Van Deman Co.. along a lonely road he saw a man conditional pardon to Berry F.
.
"">
*
aunty or of other county
r'beel en.D"t' ''el. eseud termaorparUof any Umwoftln*" Oak & Gulf Mr. Adair, with Kingan & Co., G. M. ahead walking with a sack of corn Bird, who was convicted in 1901.
X11.h.... ) ABy.civi1""sm the court rf r |e Perry and sentenced to twenty in the
g ear lie tried befure a referee,or in case o' : Morris with Tideman & Co., Savannah meals slung on a stick over his years
..ahbeata,0 6t the Judge of the smut Wade State prison for the killing of EdgarJ.
flex eW be tried by a jude ad litem,or 1 atb tcw ; S. J. Mayes with J. D. shoulder. The man was a typical

... Twt4a> IT1** be circuit court of E.cambia! cuaJIII' r Railroad Company. & Co., Savannah; Ben Ehirlish, with cracker named Powers. The Judge Breck. A strong petition was pre-
l f LJt.tt. ear littler cuunty, in the same way and i-1 sented to the board ,.E_
Mt Col. L.
by
C .as...t.Iae IIIIna Droviaions as govtra au Jot ,. LeRoy Meyers & Co.; Mr. Haile the partly drunk called him to stop as

M.dmg9 acUa is u.the The circuit Supreme court of Court EscambreRs of thrtwi.Len __ "t_ SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20. 1906.iC. Globe Soap Co.. man, Cincinnati. Mr. they approached a creek that ran Roberson. There being doubt as to

I ..._Jekt cad.. ., lace appellate jurisdiction in all caM U !, I tIS + McEachern, lumber buyer for Hirsch across the road. "Do you know who there having been any intention on
ct is i.. g equity originating in the court rf j I 5. the part of Bird to take the life of
tamps. eel '...of bllNO ... & Co. "No
conviction of felony JDbla.. I t.o, .. I am! he demanded fiercely.

.i4*'JT11-hale flnaJ The appellate circuit court jurisdiction of Es"'a of afl p1tLrie.ps,0 CJ I ir>:I > 0 Q t'fauenrer The( popular preacher, Rev. H. V. sir I don't know who you are" the Breck and he having been of good

tried ia tile of read Frt and Pus STATIONS. I ? = i Z friend behavior a conditional pardon was
'r iffcfc court z Skipper of Live Oak with his
'
; .. jv 14.1. .wets of error prosecuted from uiLrSf I I 1"'" ; '2 -I'IZi:: :.. ; 1: 'i country man answered. "Well I'ma -
rjw I
.tsbuiiw4- now. wb .f*'p the Supreme Courted ,...,l } Nat No. ____ A -- --L! w Mr. Herring, of Brunswick.The brigand, a robber. (his appearance -)I granted him. The Board had previously -
i C.rt. lhalt be << in the JIIt Only Daily ex. Sun commuted his sentence to
seepj ........ 1a4lft1Drd1ll6 to the eaece rule as4en -J. P.M. bell tower on the new churchis bore out the statement) and I 'I

spar ee.. I tfCwn./--tlqllrom. the Circuit Court to &lit t ..' Lea p. M.,. Leave Arrive P. M. Arrive P. u. A Arrive. .1 Arn A. ail u nearing completion and the music want you to dance." "But: I can't ten years, five years of the original f

...._..._....It.-....... .. Atr9Ye.t J I1l1e 1,190& ,'t'Z' J ao 240..". ..-Li ve Oak-- (34) 6.0 10.00 9.M. of the bells will soon be floating on dance, I don't know how." "Well'I sentence having been served. i
?, I 00 41i 6.28 9.4n 9. conditional pardon was also
1"IiI4i' ; ; 148 -Rocky. :Sink I 412 5.24 9.t 9.lr the Sabbath air. you're got to dance If you don'tI .
5114 Axricts XXXII w 807S15 St&rr-
'
4, '- 408 6.20 9.38 i.', Ben Sneads of Madison
to
.. _. Teams are busy hauling materialfor granted ,
w 155 Mercer to blow brains out.
'1M.., nat *.followjng amendment to(fdrtid.of v i M. 465 5.11 9.35 D. am going your r
._.
-- theConedtutlonof of Ftondab. J fit. tN ISO Platt- 356 b.03 9.26 eL 5(1 the county school and contractor county convicted of rape in 1901 and z
6 11e. d a fib the State be"*" \r tOB Ar. 3 40 ....Lancaster. .- : and he brandished a dangerous look
Lv 5.00 Lv 9.18 Lv
aw I h hereby and ball Lr 848 i.
agreed to ,
ite-fir. 22WJ* 0.. .*:ton of the State at thjff! ;| t {r U5 4.49 L 4 415 10 Dowlmg Park. Ar 3 39 Ar 4.55 Ar 9.10 Are. or Morris promises an early comple ing pistol. Down went the sack.of sentenced to life imprisonment. 1
: Uo |la IM for rttificatwn or njerpmIt] ii Lr 3 33 Lv.a..SO 9.05 8. b tion. 'The evidence submitted to the Board
seethe !. Either branch of ? l50 4 4 Chancy.- S 30 Ar 4.43 1.06 meal and Powers began a grotesque
tei Mniar action thereof theprqIQII 4 20 -_..Bell__ S 2S 963 804 New dwellings and stores continueto showed that had the case been ap I
J Ar. the best imitation he
4 25
*..... Ie raVtate. 'if Mayo Junction 325 U3 Lv 9:00: Lv 8 o performance
tW Wostitutnoa; asd .. 5.90 Lv. 4 4) ....... _.. pealed to the Supreme Court the verdict -
........ e.tatp, ..(..M1 b.,ile dttlt ot alI th.membj1ee 1ItIit. 444 .. Site Day___ 119 I 4.40 ArB.55 ArUJcl06 be built; without any diminutionof could command of fancy dancing. _
'
? 31$ 4.34 U9 1.35 been
loq.. have re
.. such + would probably
apeMss, prspe.ed tar '
the demand for houses to rent.
Ihe M 1.11 462 ._ Townsend._ this
; S e U 8.45 7 "Now good fellow, said
to e... sureupai halt .pedJv Jouras1eh my
.. .
... \ .. q2$ > 612s7 Smith versed. The was presented
e". aa4 241 4.15 8.30 1.08 Mr. R. L. Dowling has returned petition
cww u4
e s M sMJa shellwhiir. o M ipehheb.d l1g ; modern Robin Hood, "that will doe ,
y ... + FenhoJlQwayLy 35 4.02 8.15. &.Ii3
i b wrap Z
,]:: ... to.oo ego faMMdiaUy! p .G' LSO Ar.l40 ._.,..-Perry.... Lv S.SOLv8.oo Lv6.40 from an extended trip through th to the Board by Charles E. Davis. In }
fib .. mo tk rf Uo Ar (35 Hampton Sp'a.MAYO ; Lv&201LT7.SO Lv5.S5 come and have a drink with me He
Lv205 conditions
ei.etba ot ,teppatatrrea both the pardons were -
lJf north and usual full of business cases
lt.iss.t ntr .1 list s1eti..fthr.....u.u b wttoittd as laid his pistol on the stump of a
.. -., eletteS III tH Sta* tog1PP TaI and vim. ).
L MI4 at7
a aakrtty ot u.._ grtbI and ALTON tree and took out his flask.
!! ton voting u The Board considered the case of
- ... '-'te.t each ._1111. snail t s PROGRESS. Powers snatched up the pistol,
. .. II"... -.ata the IaIIIt beteme w r4d1eC-.. : R. P. Stutts, of Calhoun county convicted
posed
t3U.. IbID .. Westcott and
,bt n. P amendmcllta drew a bead on Judge
.h.o. u bahted u to 8II&bIe the electors to yoW es yiK _r' toff Pau Pa.8enger" STATIONS.Fl't and Pace Frt. and Paos Pas...." of slandering a respectablewoman
.
$*IS0 /f. ?*.l..< ...,IlePU'&teI7. AU II-i, $- !- N). 1L No. Ii No 111 -No." 14 Danger from the Plague. said "Now by Guinea,, you dance and sentenced to pay a fine i

t tas ,... ... at tht.LrtlO,e4 which this ia isfiS ex,Sup Bandar Only Daily ex Sun. Daily a Sun. Sunday O !b some!" The judge expostulated entreated
.........Seed wen adopted bg the electors t ( l"L .M. P. M. A.M. There's grave danger from the of |500 or serve twelve months in
bribes
r Caadlutian lave'' and offered various
Arrive Arrive.
Arrie
k.&att, 2C28tfrfulh. Leave was denied.
The application
4I ...... Aepror.d Jte same < UO UI DowliDJr Park 8.01 ISO 84lU plague of Coughs and Colds that are but his late victim was obdurate. Jail.

111i. WcC Tle ...... cast: a'eompi&llN 11904h. with std p = 6.22 Mayo Junction 'l.58 3.20 8.4. unless take DrKing's out The case of Warren Walker, convicted -
brains
.ab gIII"" .. 44t3 Ut Clark 1.41 3.10 8.33 so prevalent, you "Dance or I'll blow your ,
tar cal t hleadmtlta.till caIlVUI: declar+..- !!. U4 Peterson 7.35 3.011 8.23 before the County Judge of '
,10' ntpra thereo11W m' and the judge danced. "Now wallow"
+ .*V be subjected : 1f 5.5 I 1.20 US s 8.11 New Discovery for Consumption
I lei. phtbNandrwtictionaMsrpro dedblr tlkrda' ., l4Q Ar 6.02 Alton Lv 1.00 Lv 2.38 'LV 8.00 of was considered
and Leon county, vagrancy
IJKtJona ) the next command :
a.;:. 111 the Stall of : Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. was
N }
..... Ie ongoing waeaaor IIu.V.beN UI' If": Connection made at Dowlini Park for all traina to and ftorn Uve UaK.sod Pee e l7 for further a
hand and allized the....'.t Seal ts coiii et ona with other lines phone or call on General Puaeuerbt. Agent Walls of Forest City Me., writes: His Honor wallowed. "Now get rap' and passed ac
W iL S1 istau I i .OaL I
..-.. .. .......? Oipiul nth s flat dash J A"i f'- % fmkitnt. B. HOPKINS, General Paueoxer Ax at "It's a Godsend to people living in I've good mind to blow your braiDs tion.
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1 1A For 1 will the combined course (Bookke ill t S _
+ ;. $150 give you p y i _
board and room;=rent for six months., ; ,<
-- ing), pay your : = :: -IJtI\

' : .l$ MONEY SAVED IS ,MONEY MADE Or, for $88 I will give you a'complete! course (four months) in Bookkeeping.. -t, ; ; _r i j old''addage, and a very true r" ::" .
or Stenography and Typewriting, and pay your board and-'room.fent. : '...,.. '
j + one, ,too, "Anyone,"- says our great finan- ". '
f cier, "cari.make: money," but the amount for only $100. ,
j + you make will depend entirely upon your If you want tuition alone, I will give you a Life Scholarship for $50. Or five;rnot :,0

,a: qualifications. A day laborer can make ',-
tt t t from $1.25 to $1,50 a Lay, while a bookkeeper I have trained thousands of young men and women for clercial work, and placed th oi -BALES OF a

t or stenographer can make from $15 t 1 i .positions. I will do the same for you if you place yourself under our instruction at the -:-- .- .

1i t to $25 a week. I propose to give you a K _, \\t\I --

training that commands a good salary, and I SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGECorner } kuoMI A jiuDfdvt '

also to' moneYin getting it.EVERY.
propose save you '
N
+ UiBEfORIS
i Ohio Avenue and Conner Street, LIVE OAK, FLA. .", '}IX.'T: CE

't Get our Illustrated Catalogue. L.. M. HATTON,' ::: f,

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August 31- x
: Ik year adiag

r r ; MI LLINElI .iales Held Date 675,987
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':J t i vi. ./I M.t Oct 8.-The corns show-

1:1"\\ ( SKATING New Goods, Stylish, and -Tas ';::riBg UU.7 Issued the year a bulletin bales ending of cotton Aag- tiy

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"' State for
in the United

.9 on; 'that W71.ll bales
'' THE BON-TONM MI.IIT
,
and that
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Il ,
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,, '" i: ,; "' :r. ---- IL'MI UU held by manufaetarj
consumption
z- k f / will bef < 4&te. Of the x*
t: ,as never oretry to show up 8-bales were used in,the cot- .

/1 the Prevailing Fashions, this Seal g states and 2,50 ,130 In

!" .. NIGHT .\ son, therefore the Ladies are invited '>; dates. of cotton taken and) r38AL

\ (. to call.-Too early to list goods;;; areforallestablifihmenticotton including cotton ,

\ but look for {future notices :. : t woolen r mills* hosiery knit
\ .
<, liahments. those engaged

.' : ., .1 School Bags for the Chilli_ ,-anuta.c The ,totals ure of include matreaaea foreign and

: ff.RATES... \\ajBOuatlng, to 3,887 baleslO.lPO
4 maaai -
consumed by
,
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I 25 cents per hour for use skates .\ \ Mrs. C. W. Bad7Hiifvl >.'""is_;8 by the bales manufacturers cotton taken growing and in 94,110.states other



25 cents for entire afternoon when :'l l l I'li'."""iI' O BLACKS MOST GO.


r.. parties furnish their own skates L Product of White Man' /

\ Live Oak M'f'g.Manufacturers -1i-:Declares Bishop Grant

bla, Mo., Oct. 7.-"We nave
,:c : : "
idle,
\ Xi ; let rid of that shiftless :>J
: of ::1|
i, : : v class of negroes in this

._: :' ;,...>. ..''- '' + ..... .;+-- : : : :" ,. : : Lumber. Shingles, Ice, Electric,L I| f and tf we fail to do this we
:, .4. that we will be driven out
"z J." Power and Turpentine.., j communities in this country. RENIINE
1 Jt'wk: the white people to Jola
Electric Lights in any part of the city furnished for E 'l. .11 this crusade against tice.
\ J or Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric 'p (fro<, brute is the product of thesa'i
,NO ADMISSION FEE day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. a saloons, the white maa"f

Wholesale and retail Ice-put of City orders have ,Ltice. for we do not have it Gen J.... a--
tion, and all orders promptly filled. ,!I ;power to make them," were
<
,, pd of Bishop Abram Grant la
--''
f v :-:vc ,R the North Missouri con-
""' '
;
Dr fiol the African Methodist (Retort. 1,* ,
: + + + church "It is
today. wrong
.
: : ... t
8f4Mf
:that we seek social equality,
z. ) IDLE MONEYIMoney ...
: ...
.' ', -4o."aot Every man is at the art tfct e -
\'" '- _" Us own house and selects ward met
S
'-Bests. These things can't our t..... ..-->

1' :, H PORTER & DEXTER often lies idle }}i ?. D.I bYlaw.Cook," D. 1;>.." of St It whose\Wt tea IIIi: >

[pastor of St. Paul A* M. E tift tfcw 1.>>.
awaiting opportunities foj. ,addressed the confer cs Fri. Ie,. ..r tk'-
Proprietors g. He said that the memls ; ia.
sk i investment; but these op(|=t t'. church in St Louis had. !lral u..HIt tic tfr '
a
I crusade against the loafb : ch&rtdef )It" "
portunities do not cQmer race. "We realize that ItaWl" _.
k
4 ,i-a great work to be accom- polite to. ..
fi4.. we are going to work
every week month or eve| ail Oftl.t .
after this conference." saw MM b'enc. '. oil<

a year. I In the meantime ttT "in"T' CITIZEN DIED. at M w ,
1 and I atv4e
.
Y I Ii ,I IEt money should be earning (-'l. Hayes of Greenville Die lilt IDYlIW UII4I eMI'I -..

-------- I ;fllass of Few Hours.
-
SNOW IX: COLORADO. I II something; and it can, if S t- Cached this city yesterday I the nearer.u.toe.arSa..

T THE ORIGINALThe i 1 sadden, and unexpected death growls dR ...
> bank
you place it in this 'l
Idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on C"NEr&'S i Storm of Snow Accompanied by ..i ; ?. Hayes, aged about 60 crud 6uauof !!"
the bo esand! thus assist In expelling colds from : Heavy Fall in Temperature.I I t Qreeartlie, one of the old- last saW'J
.
4 = the system Is new and original in Kennedy's Colorado Springs, Oct. 6.-The I' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I .;best known citizens in this intimate MWJbrida. .-
Laxative Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough first snow of the season fell here He had ben ID his ebaril tf .
cures are constipating,especially those containing yesterday. I I :/ LIVE OAK, FLA. ,Ji ,...health recently and Sunday I lie was 1It0" ,
; Opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Pueblo Colo., Oct. 6.-The temperature Yr 'S 1 lot up at his usual time,I and grew '"l ", ..
Tar moves the bowels, contains 'no Opiates.LAXATIVE ,., has fallen 40 degrees in the : $1-, but one hour later he took J Whea I***" '
f past twelve hours, accompanying ai : C. H. BROWN, President C. A. HARDEE l Vl- ti r- Portly was; unconscious raised a f.-'
nI snow st ";'ti I D. E. HORN. Cashier. w. j. HiLLMAN, { ,:.. ..$oke of paralysis; from which nude Itt (**-*!
I A certain; safe and harmless remedy for I : ;;. -t&lUtd;and death relieved Ida la lll
7 A Sad Death. -1 ,t 11 o'clock a. m. The war Hto *
AH Coughs Colds Croup, Whooping Cough I ...
; La Grippe Bronchitis uenza'and all Lung The Democrat is pained to learn I: :, ii be laid to rest in the into t" Lab a
f r\$ and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise thechildren's HONEI of the death of Mrs. R. A. hey, of r>tottery this afternoon. ht rode a bes 'J'.
t favorite Kennedy's Laxative Honey Branford, yesterday after an Illness IAJ For FIREjLAJ was welt and favorably der use of t
i;: and Tar or but a few days. Her remains OOD STOVES or ';: over Middle Florida, hand topopulate IIf- -'
were carried to ,Luraville today for a lone number of years y.
, COUGH SYRUP TANDR interment.Mrs. Any length from 14 inches_t o. -, ifcatlfied with large over h. w<*' '
Ivey was about 40 years of 1a.tefeata. He wu the prime but bU 6w t'
t Prepared. .at the Laboratory of X. C. XteWITT A CO., CHICAGO, V. s.\\ age. She leaves a husband, three Will deliver =: too; considerable interest to com D* I,x ,
in Oak
of Live .
< ..THI RID CLOT BOSSOJI.lID-TEB' ROUT BX2 IS OS 8TB2T BOTTU. daughters and four sons, one 'an infant ?I any part fag tin Bank of Greenville. amongst t s
to-mourn her death. ry : Ration he,waa president ftrraUoa. ke t
Sold by City ,Pharmacy ,
\ Mrs. Ivey was a true Christian and. ; Ives" a wife, Uu'M bit troop
'l.' - -- -- was a member of the Presbyterian HcADOO & BAISDEN J. B. Barton, of tail la 111* b:
',. urch, of Branford. ; (BUTLER BROTHERS) : '',.2r Rater, of Madison.Rtyes live tad ,It...
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